Yes, it is absolutely against the Will of God to be tolerant of other religions. This is clear in the Ten Commandments and in the New Testament.
Jesus Christ constantly attacked Jewish religious leaders in the New Testament who refused to believe in Jesus Christ as the Messiah (Christianity).
Apostles of Jesus Christ were arrested by the democratic federal government, because they opposed religious tolerance and religious liberty that was by law required by the federal government (Roman democracy).
Many Christians are being persecuted in the United States of America because of their Bible-centered Christian faith.
Gay mayors in Houston, Texas, and Seattle, Washington, are persecuting Bible-centered Christians who oppose homosexuality.
This is an institutional discrimination against Christians for their Christian faith.
It is important for Christian colleges to document cases of institutional discrimination in the state in which the Christian college is located.
Professors of Christian colleges must document institutional discrimination against Christian for Bible-centered faith and publish books analyzing it for the academic community.
This is an important scholarly work that is a duty of Christian college professors in every state.
It is important for Christian young people in middle schools, high schools, and secular colleges to document cases of institutional discrimination against Christians for Bible-centered faith.
It is important for Christian teens and young adults to use social media, like Facebook and Twitter, to make the world become aware of institutional discrimination against Christians for practicing the Bible-centered Christian faith.
Christians should bring lawsuit against institutions and individuals who try to oppress Christians for practicing the Christian faith.
Bringing a lawsuit against those who oppress Christians for Bible-centered Christian faith is an important way to protect Christianity and Christians in the United States of America.
If your employer fires you for praying at your work, it is your Christian duty to sue your employer for discrimination to document cases of institutional discrimination against Christians for practicing the Christian faith.