That leads to the possibility that logic, as we know it, cannot be upheld in certain realms/dimensions/planes/whatever you want to call them.
While there's no hard evidence (and the Bible is not evidence, as man wrote it, and I don't care if they claimed "God" told them to write it or not) that "God" exists, there also is no evidence to say that "God" doesn't exist. Therefore, I'm open to the possibilities until one of them can be proved/disproved.
Note that it would be be a terrible idea for people to dismiss the religions of others. Respect their religion, and they'll respect yours (this goes for no religious beliefs as well). Although there are always jerks out of the bunches who try to ruin things.
Nicely said...the only problem with "respecting other religions" as you said is the people who think they're not jerks and are so convinced that they're right that they think they're "saving" others by trying to convert them. Either way though I do agree it is a tricky situation to debate because there is no 100% SOLID proof on either side of the situation.
I had one of those at work. He thought he was doing good. After a while I avoided him, and everyone hated him. People need to learn to stop forcing their crap onto others. Do I go around and tell people what time they should be taking a bath? No. So then, why does someone feel the need to tell me what I should "believe" in?