It is called Downsizing Jesus
Here are some excerpts that caught my attention in the article:
"Jesus says, 'Love your enemies and pray for those that persecute you.' (Matt 5:44).
Christians say 'Torture is ok and Jesus would approve of it."
"Jesus says, 'It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of God' (Mark 10:25)'As you can probably tell, the article is basically about how some Christians (or people that claim to be Christian) do not necessarily follow the actual teachings of Jesus in the Bible
Christians say 'God wants you to be rich and wealth is a sign of God's favor."
Some other interesting quotes from the article:
"If someone wanted to actually put the words of Jesus into practice...that person would quickly become an outcast in today's Christian community."
"...the early church...remained committed to Jesus and to His teaching of servant hood, love for other, radical compassion for the poor and non-violence......for over 300 years they continued to hold fast to the example of Jesus who forgave his executioners and prayed for his torturers and went like a lamb to the slaughter......"
Are here are some comparisons between the early church and today's (in general)...
"The Christians in Acts shared all things.......We will not let go of our tax exemption status...."
"The Christians in Acts sold their possessions and gave it to the poor......We will not sell our property...We will not give our offering to the poor..."
"Their hope was in Jesus alone. Their trust was in the truth of His teachings.....Our hope is in ourselves. Our trust is in American Democracy and the power of our vote."
But that is enough of cutting and pasting quotes from it. Read the article for yourself.
It was written by Keith Giles who is a preacher. A preacher by the way who does not take a salary. His church gives 100% of its offering to the poor in the community.