I want you to know that while I am considerate towards other people's beliefs, I do not automatically respect them. Neither should you.
Respect is earned. Courtesy and consideration is granted till someone acts in such a way as to merit it being revoked.
In your reply, you mentioned Noah. Do you think -- really think not just believe -- that the world was once flooded completely as described in the Genesis section of your religious book?
If so, then I have to say that I do not respect that opinion as it is without merit and does not speak to noble ideals in the abstract let alone any facts from history.
If you disagree, and you think you are able to show support that is good enough to lift the story from absurd to a reasonable possibility to a non-Christian, then come to the forums and state your case. If you come and only assert that the story must be correct because your religious book says it is correct, then do not come. You will be wasting your time and the time of all non-Christians who make an effort to remain courteous and civil while they can not strain enough to gain any real respect.