Religious, adjective, having a strong belief in a god or gods, or any such system of belief and worship. Tolerance, noun, willingness to accept behavior and beliefs which are different from your own, although you might not agree with or approve of them. It is very easy to see, from the definitions alone, why Religious Tolerance can be a difficult subject. Strong beliefs often make tolerance difficult at best. The sites listed here in Religious Tolerance are intended to provide information and understanding of differing beliefs in order to increase acceptance.
There are several common types of submissions to this category that ARE NOT ACCEPTED.

If your site does not include information comparing or relevent to more than one religion, it will be DELETED. Sites which discuss only one religion should be submitted to that religions category.

Sites that have a general tone of "this religion is picking on me" will not be accepted. The purpose of this category is to list sites about tolerance, not intolerance. Again these sites likely belong in a category specific to that religion.

Sites that are themselves preaching intolerance while complaining of same will not be listed. These sites likely belong in Opposing Views.

Single page or short articles, papers, or studies on Religious Tolerance and closely related matters.
There are several common types of submissions to this category that ARE NOT ACCEPTED.

If your site does not include information comparing or relevent to more than one religion, it will be DELETED. Sites which discuss only one religion should be submitted to that religions category.

Sites that have a general tone of "this religion is picking on me" will not be accepted. The purpose of this category is to list sites about tolerance, not intolerance. Again these sites likely belong in a category specific to that religion.

Sites that are themselves preaching intolerance while complaining of same will not be listed. These sites likely belong in Opposing Views.