By some traditions, the punishment/mark of Cain....was black skin.
Curse and mark of Cain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
And again, some believe that the descendants of Ham, who was punished by God, became modern-day blacks.
Curse of Ham - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
So, since racism against blacks can sometimes be considered to be motivated by religion, should we be expected to have more tolerance for such beliefs...as a way of respecting religion?
some argue that since homophobia is sometimes motivated/excused by religion, homophobia should be tolerated as religious-expression. I want to know how far we should tolerate bigotry, as a form of religious expression.