My spiritual journey through this life has been interesting, at least. I started out life as a mainline Christian (Presbyterian), was a Nazarene for a while, then wandered a bit, explored Paganism, picked up a Buddhist meditation practice, then returned to Christianity more recently, but a type that is neither the faith of my childhood, nor the faith of my fundamentalist early adulthood. These days, I find myself holding less tightly to the label Christian that I relatively recently re-adopted. I'm finding myself willing to live with the complexity of what it means to follow two different faith traditions (Christianity and Buddhism) at the same time.
I've always thought that every faith is simply an approximation of what's really true. We humans are limited beings, and we're not capable of fully understanding the truths of the universe - the best we can do is approximate.