We all want to think of ourselves as being capable of respecting beliefs that are not our own. But is it possible? If someone takes the position that their religion is true and that other religions are either false or incomplete, how can they truly respect the religious beliefs of others?
As a Jew, I can claim that it is possible in Judaism, because we believe that anyone who lives a righteous life will have a share in the world to come. But the reality is that the majority of Jews, and maybe the vast majority of Jews, believe that Judaism is the one true religion and that all other religions are flawed.
If by respect we mean refraining from criticizing or insulting one’s religious beliefs, then I suppose it is possible. But if we mean that we are willing to accept the possibility that our neighbor’s beliefs are at a minimum, at least as valid as our own, then I’m not sure this is possible.