Yes, same one. He says so at the beginning of the video.
I don’t understand this. For one thing, they’re mainly speaking to LGBT people, teens especially, to let them know that not all Christians condemn and hate them, think they’re going to hell, think they’re unworthy human beings, unworthy of basic human rights. Not all Christians want to see LGBTs dead or changed to fit the comfort level of the bigots, living a lie for the rest of their lives. This is a message to LGBTs, to comfort them.
That the message also resonates with people who are sick and tired of the loud mouthed bigots who have an effect on our fellow humans, their self-esteem and human rights, is a by-product. We need to be reminded that not all Christians are Assholes Who Hate.
That the message needs to be heard by other loving Christians who need to be reminded that their voice is needed, to stop letting the bigots speak for them, is a by-product.
That the message needs to be heard by the bigots, to let them know that the confirmation bias they’re so used to is ending, that there’s an alternate view by others who are Pure-D Christians who are starting to speak up, is a great and needed thing, but it’s a by-product.
Second, I don’t understand what you mean by “…than to tell others to not expect Christians to go along with Christianity.” The people making those videos ARE going along with Christianity. Love Thy Neighbor. Judge Not Lest Ye Be Judged. Let Those Without Sin Cast The First Stone. So on and so forth. Why is it that bigoted, hateful Christians claim to embrace and speak for Jesus but then turn around and reject most of what he said and taught? That’s not being a real Christian. The people in those videos are, to me, real Christians.
“Go along with Christianity”? What does that even mean? That hate and bigotry define Christianity? Don’t try to change it because it is what it is, so splinter off if you don’t agree? It’s the bigots who need to splinter off and go away.