And I'm happy to do that on a legal level. But in a debate? No. You have to tell me why your beliefs deserve respect. Claiming immunity due to the fact that religion is socially safeguarded against being questioned is not a good enough reason, and that is something I hear a lot of.
So I'll refine my concept: Most of the people I see demanding their beliefs be respected as valid within a debate when they can provide no reason why they should be are religious.