It's not what's true that matters but that we are united in our endeavour and have love among ourselves.
Indeed. It's all semantics IMO. Every major religion espouses the basic ideas ("unity", "love", etc) but usually with a disclaimer on exclusivity. Pick your flavour and follow the word but realize if god is for everyone, everyone will see it differently, as is proven by the number and diversity of religions we have today and the long and convoluted history of same.
The finer "truth" is how people treat each other because of their belief, not the belief itself. Those who look past the details and see the bigger picture have transcended their ego, the god archetype and accept the world and the people in it as it is.
Such is my belief, in a nutshell.