I do not know where you are getting that from in your reading of my post.

That a Christian accepts Muslims for who they are is not contradictory to a desire to have more people be Christians. It is straightforward to show that a Christian who would rather have people become Muslims is irrational, non-cognitive.

It is sufficient to establish absence of bigotry as follows. If people relate with one another in the business space without any resort to knowledge of each other’s spiritual beliefs, they are non-bigoted.

Do you relate in the business or work space without regard to spiritual beliefs? Do you relate only on basis of morality? Equivalently, only on basis of ethics? If so, then neither yourself nor myself is bigoted.

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