Firstly, I would like to say, that I am not trying to pretend I am a philosopher. I call this way of living a philosophy maybe for the lack of words, or maybe just because I like the way it sounds.
I believe that even though science can enable us to observe nature even deeper and even though we know more about the world then ever before, we will never get deep enough to find the bottom line, there might not even be one. We can greatly see it in the way how the tiniest particles (and waves) in physics are getting smaller and smaller, but ever still, there is another layer to be found. This would lead to infinity.
It is not a bad thing, though. For one, it means, there will always be something to be discovered. But more importantly, it shows, that reality can not be re-created to the fullest detail. This also points to the inability to know the future. Because, theoretically, if you have all information and a given state, you would be able to do just that. Thus if you never know, there is a sense of randomness in reality.
And this randomness, as I believe, is the core of existence. It is the creation of matter, it is the event horizon. It is the unknown X. It is also what some would call God. It is behind anything you hope and pray for. It is what people mean when they ask you whether there is something (or someone) above us.
Thus, making differences between religions is pointless. All religions have the same core. That core is what generations before us have proven to be important. It is almost certain, that all religions were only created by great people who saw the world for what it really was. (Please notice that the explanation of the X has no issue with saying that it was God who made them write it) They wrote books not to be taken word by word for future millennia, they created them for their contemporaries. The X philosophy seeks to find this core in a similar way it extracts only the important core from the question of existence of God and in this way offer a kind of contemporary approach to the question of religion.
I, having been raised as a catholic, believe that it is possible to influence the X, though it is not necessary in order to accept this theory of mine.