There is no such thing as Christian genocide. There was the anti-Christ Inquisition mostly against Christians though also Jews especially if Hitler's Jesuit-inspired Holocaust is taken into account, but there is no Christian genocide.
Christianity has a long, long history of forbidding other belief systems and forcing people to accept Christianity. When Native American children are removed from their culture and told they can no longer speak their language, wear their dress, visit their sacred sites, live on their land, eat their food then that is genocide.
And the best of the Enlightenment came out of the Reformation.
Just a week or so ago you tried to defend that claim and failed spectacularly. Remember:
You read it somewhere
John Locke studied under a well-known Protestant theologan.
When challenged to show the effect of the Reformation on the Enlightenment, you bailed. Since anti-religion was one of the major concepts of the Enlightenment you'll have to come up with some pretty strong evidence to prove your claim.
There are lots of websites that present the Christian basis of the Constitution, such as THIS ONE I haven't found the best quotes yet.
That's pretty pathetic. Many of the principles listed are from many religions and/or the Enlightenment. Some are flat out lies:
"Church protected from state control (& taxation), but church to influence the state"; that last clause is false. ABE: So is the first clause. There is no mention of churches or taxation thereof in the Constitution.
Some are incredibly lame:
On checks and balances, "all men are sinners" (not in the sense of against God) is an observation by anyone who's studied people. No religion required.