There is no true religion.
I've read probably close to a hundred near death experiences by people from all sects and cultures, and in not one of them was the person asked what church he or she belonged to. Instead, the emphasis is on what the person did for others.
One can debate whether these experiences are true or not, but based on what they have in common (vivid colors, intelligent conversations with those who had passed, the vastness of the other world, life reviews and so forth), I'd say there's reason to take them seriously.
I concur. To me the term "true religion" is a bit of an oxymoron - almost as much so as the expression "true lie". Religions are nothing more than organized systems of superstition. Religion is also like a dream - it seems to make perfect logical sense when you're in it but when you wake up from the dream and think back on it you say to yourself: 'WTF! that was so ridiculous! How could I not see how illogical and ridiculous that was while I was dreaming it?'