Fundamentalism in ANY religion produces intolerance.
"Fundamentalism in ANY religion produces intolerance."
I don't know about that. I am a fundamentalist Christian, as in I believe what the Bible says -- and I don't pick and choose the parts I agree with (something many "fundamentalists" do).
I truly respect a person's free will. People have a right to be whatever religion (or no religion) they please. It's a very Biblical concept; God does not force Himself on you.
I am sad, however, that people don't know and/or reject Christ and I may pray for them, and I may try to tell them about Christianity.
And yes, I think there is a pretty good chance that non-Christians are going to burn in Hell. (Although I've heard arguments that Christ's sacrifice was so great it saves everyone; nice thought, and I hope they are right, but I don't think so.)
That does not mean I think they are bad people. Some of the most horrid, nasty, people I know are Christians. Some of the best people I knwo are not Christians. But that's not the issue --- the issue is whether one falls short of being "sinless" and there is only one way I know of to do that.
So, am I intolerant? I don't think so.