That's complicated. I've done some ancestry research, and my ancestors were every kind of misfit from all over Europe. Many were Quakers- there were huge numbers of members of the Dutch Reformed Church. Not all the settlers were Puritans. But there weren't really many non-Christians around to be tolerated or not tolerated- except the Native Americans, and that relationship was complicated. They sometimes got along, but there were frictions, and a few of my ancestors either died in skirmishes with the Native Americans, or in one case had a child killed by them. It was one of those things that escalated- an incident, and revenge for the incident and revenge for the revenge, and so on. But the conflict wasn't based on religious differences. Some of the other responders are confusing the way people WITHIN the religious group were treated when they violated the norms of the group with feelings toward other religions- that's different.