Taking issue with intolerance isn't exactly the same as damning the intolerant to hell. But then you knew that. Torturing poor people because they don't believe like you do serves no economic purpose whatsoever. If you even wanted to confiscate their few possessions, which is unlikely, you'd simpy kill them. Torturing them for long hours so they will confess and become saved would avail you nothing. The only motivation here is pure religious fanaticism, a sort of socially propagated psychosis that dehumanizes nonbelievers as heretics deserving of cruelty and death. That people will kill others for food is your proposition, not mine. Frankly I don't believe it. Didn't make any accusations. Just cited a long list of historical events. If the history of christian intolerance feels accusatory to you, I'd suggest searching your own soul to find out why. I think it's pretty self-evident that Catholics wouldn't have killed Cathars if they weren't Cathars. That they wouldn't have burned witches if they hadn't believed they were witches. And that they wouldn't have slaughtered Muslims in 9 Crusades if they weren't Muslims. Religion motivates people to hate in ways they would not normally hate. If you have some evidence showing this to be untrue let's hear it. What's that they say about the road to hell?