In the religious world there is a pluralistic pull that declares every belief, no matter what religion, is a winner. As long as you believe in something sincerely, you will get to heaven. It does not matter if you put your faith in Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism, Mormonism, or Islam; you will get to heaven when you die because everybody is a winner.
The challenge with that belief is that each religion has a different cure for wrong doing. Christian Science, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Positive Thinking beliefs view sin and evil as illusions to be overcome by right perception. Eastern religions consider sin as a necessary struggle between forces or gods of good and evil; it is solved by one side winning or it is necessary for balance in the world (yin/yang). Atheists consider sin a random chance of a godless cosmos. Some eastern mysticism view sin and evil as the result of a finite god who is morally evolving. Wrong will be solved when god matures and grows up. Christianity views sin as the result of disobeying God. Adam and Eve brought the stain of sin into the human race and all have sinned from that time forward. The only way our sin is removed is through faith in Jesus Christ.
Each one of these religions views sin and the cure for sin vastly different from one another. No matter how much nicer it seems to declare all religions as winners, it is simply illogical to make that declaration.
The burning question is to discover which religion is true. Each one has a book describing the tenets of its faith. Each one has a central figure. Each main figure has died. Only one main figure died and rose from the dead, Jesus Christ.
When Jesus Christ told the world that He was the way, the truth and the light, He declared that He was the only way to a relationship with God. Jesus offered proof through profound miracles. He invited people to follow Him and see if He is everything He said He is. If you follow Him, you will find that Jesus Christ is the only One worth pursuing.
Psalms 34:8 Taste and see that the Lord is good;
blessed is the man who takes refuge in Him.