I agree with the author that we've probably all been some of those things at one point or another.
I can think of a couple more kinds of toxic Christians that didn't make the list.
11) The "I'm Better Than You" Christian.
I've encountered this one a LOT, and denomination means nothing. I've seen Catholics, Protestants and Mormons act like this and it's the one that irritates me the most. They're better than you because they more closely fit the stereotypical image of what an ideal Christian should be. They're the Catholics who absolutely do not ever miss Mass, and go twice a week or more. They're the Protestants who refuse to watch any movie not produced by a Christian studio. They're the Mormons who won't drink Pepsi. The thing they all have in common is that they believe they're better at Christianity than you are because you don't push yourself to the heights they do. They follow arbitrary rules, they do not engage their brain, and they think Jesus loves them more than the rest of us Pepsi drinking movie watching tattoo wearing people who struggle to make it to Church even once a week.
12) The "Thinking For Yourself is Bad" Christian
Similar to the original 4) "Follow the Rules Christian they believe in an absolute adherence to certain ideas so extremely that they are afraid to think for themselves. Yes, the Bible tells ups to be like children, in that children trust in their parents completely as we must trust in God, but God doesn't want Christians to be mental mushrooms. I've literally been told that Evolution is false because if you take a plant and move it into an environment it isn't suited for it will die, not evolve. This guy doesn't even understand Evolution well enough to refute it, but he never felt the need to learn it because all of his knowledge comes from the Bible alone. (One wonders what he does for a living, since the Bible didn't teach me how to fix cars or program computers, but whatevs.) Mind you, I'm still an Evolution skeptic, and even so I'm embarrassed for this guy.
13) The "I'm a wiser Christian Than Them" Christian.
That's the one I'm guilty of right now. And so is the author of the article.
"He who takes offense when no offense is intended is a fool, and he who takes offense when offense is intended is a greater fool."
"Don't take refuge in the false security of consensus."