Does anyone agree it is quite ironic for a Christian expect people to tolerate their controversial beliefs (i.e. against gay marriage) which is in accord with scripture, but feel it's OK to tell Muslims to ignore the commands of their own religion which offend us and then call them 'good Muslims'? In the world's point of view, 'good Christians' are people who teach universalism, gay marriage, promiscuity, etc. even though it's not biblical. Christians expecting secular governments to tolerate their more offensive beliefs and not tolerating those of radical Islam that are out of line with what is expected of its followers means the government should be allowed to declare religion acceptable only if it has a compromise with its religious orthodoxy.