you: Gandhi believed in Jesus, so much so that he actually did what Jesus did, you however that say you believe in Jesus so much, and talk about your faith and belief, but you will not live as he did.
me: I'm not sure if you are referring to me, but you don't know me personally at all, so you are guilty at the very least of being presumptious.
ghandi did not believe in Jesus enough to even consider His exclusive claim. Jesus said, "if you love me, you'll keep my commandments". He commanded all men, to believe and obey His gospel. To believe in who He was and to accept and apply His work on the cross.
You seem again, to think that one's works, or a pseudo social gospel earns salvation.
This is a distortion of the gospel and an insult to what Jesus said, did and demanded of His disciples. He did not tell His disciples to continue to be Jews, to take care of the poor but be comfortable in not believing who He was.
He said, "unless you believe that I AM, you shall all die in your sins..." and "before Abraham was, I AM."
Ghandi did not believe that Jesus was the great I AM that died for His sins. So whatever satisfaction you hold in lifting up non believers for their works, it is not comparable to one who accepts, believes and applies the gospel.
Ghandi did not do what Jesus did. He did not die on a cross of repentance with His Lord. He was not buried with Christ in baptism, calling on the name of the Lord for the remission of his sins, and He did not join Himself with the power of the resurrection by being filled with His Holy Spirit.
It seems to me that you have a pantheon of secular saints that you extol while consistently seeking to exercise your past fundamentalist sins by putting down your brethern, whom you don't know.