If religionists are respectful and open-minded in discussing their particular religious ideology with me (New Ager), I would readily discuss religious, spiritual, and/or philosophical ideologies with them. I do that with liberal, nontraditional, and/or universalistic religionists all the time. They respect my beliefs and I respect theirs.
However, the more conservative, dogmatic, fundamentalist, and/or fanatical religionists strongly aver that their particular belief systems are the only sacrosanct ones. Although they purport that they respect others' religious, ethical, and/or spiritual views, in actuality they do not. They will underhandedly convey to you that your ethical and/or spiritual beliefs and/or ideology are in error. They will go as far to acknowledge that your particular belief system is fallacious and will try to convert you to their thinking. No, I do not respect such people and rather than to futilely argue with them, it is best to ignore them altogether.
They are toxic people and it is best to tax oneself emotionally, mentally, psychologically, even psychically. If they are family members-avoid them, even dissociate yourself from them entirely.