I remember hearing that rashi does not consider christianity idolatry.
In researching it on google
I have read here
Isaac On Jewish and Christian Altars:Polemic and Exegesis in Rashi and the ... By Devorah Schoenfeld
that book says "Rashi is clear that he considers Christians to be idolators"
However, the sources it quotes don't seem to me to show that.
It quotes him in his commentary on Talmud Sotah 49b saying, "Jesus and his followers who are called sectarians[minim]"
But Minim AFAIK just means heretics, which is not necessarily idolators, and not even forbidden in the noahide laws.
And the book quotes him as saying "Gentiles in our time are not experts in idolatry". So the book is suggesting that since it says they're not experts in it, it suggests or implies that they are into it, just not into it big time.
So what was Rashi's view on whether Christianity is idolatry, and to what extent do we even know what his view was?