"What do you mean Christianity teaches you to love, and respect one another. See the Southern Baptists, who think Jews killed Jesus, and are trying to convert all of them."
I feel the need to speak to both of these points briefly.
First, Jesus was killed by Jewish people. Of course, the Jewish people alive today had absolutely nothing to do with it, just as I, as a caucasian in the 21st century, had nothing at all to do with the oppression of slaves in early American history. However, the people who were involved in the crucifiction of Christ were, by and large, Jewish - that just was the prevelant religion of the time in the area. In reality, nobody should hold a grudge against the people involved - were it not for his persecution, Christ would not have been sacrificied for the forgiveness of sins. The people involved didn't do it out of spite; rather, they had to do what they did to fulfill the very purpose of Christ's life.
Second, although you don't seem to see it this way, the Southern Baptists (I am not a Southern Baptist, by the way) are trying to convert the jews because the Bible teaches them to love. Look at it from their perspective... they know the key to eternal life, and they see other people who don't yet know it. It is out of love and respect that they try to show the light to those people who do not see it. To put it in a more easily-understood scenario, imagine that you knew a bomb was going to go off in a building, and that everyone in the building would die, while those in the building next door would survive. Would it be more loving to tell the people going into the ill-fated building that they, too, will survive, that all the buildings are the same, that it doesn't matter which building you choose; or would it be more loving to warn them that they are entering the building that is going to explode? Of course you would tell the people that their building was going to explode - you would be remiss not to... this is, in a round-about way, what Christians are doing when they attempt to introduce non-believers to Christ. Just as those who entered our fictional building will die, so too will those who do not believe in Christ. I don't want to come across as though I hate or judge or look down on people of other religions - I don't. I do, however, believe that Christians, and Christians alone, will inherit the Kingdom of Heaven, and I can understand why some people try so hard to pass this understanding along to people who do not yet have it. Though you may not agree with them, those who attempt to convert people do so with the very best of intentions.