I read a discussion earlier about someone being raised in a different faith and then turning to Buddhism.
The same thing happened to me, raised in a Christian household and eventually turned to Buddhism.
Now, the difficult thing for me, one of the most difficult things and something I struggle with on a daily basis is how am I able to accept Christianity with all of its' judgement and hatred towards those who are "different"?
I am gay and I have struggled with Christian devotees who have went so far as to completely ignore me once I came out to them. The exact opposite happened in Buddhism, as the first encounter I had was with a Buddhist who told me, "I accept you for who you are." This completely revolutionized the way I saw religion and life philosophy.
Now, not to appear judgmental, I do have many Christian friends who accept me for who I am and who have not once judged me.
I truly struggle with accepting some Christians and I have caught myself being judgmental towards their religion and towards their hatred and I usually feel quite awful afterwards.
I am an extremely accepting person and I usually aim for non-judgment in ALL cases. I have friends from all walks of life, poor, rich, old, young etc. Yet, for some reason, I still struggle to sometimes accept Christianity as a non-judgmental faith and to not be wary of Christians.