One can certainly parent with tolerance (and love, and kindness, etc). But the verb parent isn't ditransitive, so * parents his children values doesn't work, as @KateBunting pointed out.
With the backdrop of discussions about answers in comments in mind, I thought I'd ask the community what it considers to constitute a complete answer. Anything less than a complete answer would then be deemed a partial or incomplete answer, unsuitable for posting in the answer section.
There is no linguistics support for the assertion that the verb parent isn't ditransitive, by which I mean parent doesn't license two 'arguments', unlike, say, take in "take (the car) (home)".
There is no Ngram or other support that the phrase "parent with tolerance" works.
Searching for and providing the support mentioned in #1 and #2 above seems to be a little over the top. However, I speak merely as an English language enthusiast, not a professional linguist.
People who answer are supposed to be experts in the field, and those who ask are supposed satisfy the minimum entry bar of linguist/etymologist/enthusiast from the tour, so #1 and #2 could be considered mere background information that we can freely assume 'everyone knows'. However, one of the few actual experts has recently challenged that view: "The questions are mostly asked by clueless students of English (occasionally by native speakers, but mostly not), and the answers mostly come from them too." The observation rings true, and it influences what we consider to be an appropriate question, let alone a complete answer.
With the above as specifics for something concrete to reference, my question is: does the community consider my block-quoted comment above to be a complete answer? If not, what else is needed?
Item #4 might appear to warrant a separate question, but for the discussion on answer completeness to be meaningful, we need to consider the language proficiency of the participants. When we encounter 'simple' questions that appear to invite 'simple' answers, do we answer them at that level with a lower bar to 'answer completeness', vote to close/migrate the questions, or - since background knowledge can be hard to support - dig deep and pitch to the tour's stated audience? Note that I'm disregarding the option of posting the deeper question separately since that's just a combination of close/ignore + dig deep.