I've said things over the years that were probably uncharitable... though I tend to do that with all groups I suppose. I will say, though, that while I don't often say stuff these days about Protestants (I think?), I do harbor a rather low opinion of them. I don't necessarily want to, I just do. When I watch or read critiques of certain Christian ideas, I often find myself thinking something like: "Oh yeah, you can refute Evangelicals, but that's like shooting fish in a barrel. What about Catholics or Orthodox?" I do tend to hold, say, more traditionally minded Anglicans/Anglo-Catholics/whatever, or even more traditional Lutherans, Wesleyans, etc., separate from your typical non-denominational types... but anyway, I shouldn't be prideful/judgmental about it regardless... In fact, a couple months ago I started seeing a new therapist (cause I iz crazy), and in the first session she mentioned that her MA was from Liberty University. She also mentioned something related to Catholicism, so I asked her if she would share what her belief system was, and she said something vague about pentacostalism. "Oh boy," I thought, "this is gonna be interesting". By "interesting" I meant a lot of things, including that she was probably going to be completely unhelpful, and perhaps I even verged on thinking that she would be incapable of helping me. She has turned out to be the most helpful therapist I've ever had--and I've had more than a few over the last 16 years.