lmmccIsn’t part of the point of (some) religion(s) to be tolerant to everybody? You know, the whole “love thy neighbor” sort of thing? I know some religious people can be really intolerant but in theory it should be the opposite.
Both deeply religious and deeply non-religious people can be quite intolerant of other views, to the point that they actively seek out and pressure those around them into conforming to their ideas. It seems to me that the vast majority of people are not in either of those categories however.
I don't think scientific literacy creates an environment that disallows religion unless you take parables and man-made religious texts literally in every way. Religions are based upon a faith that something unexplainable and good guides our lives and that's about as far as many take it.