Indeed the Bible teaches tolerance as well as judgment. If one wants to be right with God on their side there are many passages of judgment... and if one is a kind soul that believe in tolerance then there are passages like Matthew 7. No one person can adhere to all of the dictates in the Bible as many of the dictates contradict one another while following others would get you arrested. Thus the Bible is one of the most cherry picked books in history. IMO one cancels out the other especially when some of the universal principles are steeped in judgment. And herein lies the problem in a free society. As America is not a Christian theocracy we are free to reject and otherwise ignore the principles of the Bible. I have had on more than one occasion had a Christian judge me because I am a man with long hair. The problem here is not my having long hair, its the Christian applying their interpretation of some Biblical standard to me. When morality is seen as universal, dictated by God and applied to all humanity, this sets the stage for strife. Religion tends to unify at a group level, but acts as a wedge outside that group.