As a person whose family was primarily French-Indian who grew up in the '50's and '60's, I was treated to the kind of "tolerance" that the protestants practiced so well. I was not encouraged to associate with their children, nor was I welcome in their homes when I was old enough to want hang out with their daughters, much less date them. The fact that I had firmly rejected Catholicism and in fact all organized Christian religions by the age of 14-15 didn't matter. I was one of "them". There were a few Jews in our town, but they kept their heads down, and there was no synagogue for over 50 miles anyway, and that was hours of travel in that day and in this area.Where does he say anything about a religion other than Christianity? He doesn't. Tolerant perhaps to different forms of Protestant religions, perhaps a little tolerance for Catholics. Have you read much about the "religious tolerance" of that time period? I have. And that's what he keeps saying we should revert to.