I and some other people in my MSA do volunteer work at a soup kitchen run by Christians (not wishy-washy sorts, they really seem to believe in what they believe in) for dawa purposes. I've grown to be quite comradely with a couple of them, one of whom I actually knew in high school. The other day I was sweeping the floor when one of them began asking about whether Islam 'says that you should hate and kill Christians,' which he says is something a former pastor of his concluded after 'studying' (which to him no doubt meant 'reading a translation once') the Qur'an.
He also said that I must simply 'not be following' some injunctions of the Qur'an as a result of my obvious non-hatred for him, which was kind of a funny thing when I think back on it. He did not seem to think I was doing 'taqiyah' so at least he's not read Robert Spencer or other polemicists, just something his old pastor said.
I wish to give him some writings which will explain to him that no, hating Christians is not something that I am required to do. I believe he has a faulty understanding of certain things with regards to the Qur'an that probably stems from the way he reads the Bible (as a translation of a translation of a translation of a translation and without scholarly guidance).
What writings could I give to him to illuminate this?