Most acts of evil were done in the name of Christianity occurred centuries ago, not in modern times. This is not true of all religions. Today, groups such as Al-Qaeda, Hamas, and Hezbollah are actively killing in the name of the Islamic religion. Hindu groups such as Bajranf Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad resort to violence as well. Religion is not the only suppressor.
More than 100 million people have been killed by atheist regimes in the twentieth century. More than all other religious persecutions of Western history. Mao, China's former leader, was responsible for over 50 million deaths; Stalin, a leader of the former USSR, for more than 20 million; and Hitler's count is over ten million. Other like tyrants are Pol Pot, Enver Hoxha, Nicole Ceausescu, Fidel Castro, and Kim Jong-il.
Without God, we cannot even distinguish between what is good and what is evil. King David understood this when he wrote his psalm, "The fool says in his heart, 'God does not exist.' They are corrupt; they do vile deeds" (Psalms 14:1).
Instead of blaming God for the world's evils, we must look to Him for the solution.
The following article describes the genocide currently being directed against Christians in Southern Sudan.