I think this could be problematic depending on how you go about finding the truth. All religions are man made expressions of faith towards whatever powers that be that they may believe. Many signs that come from those belief systems are privy to whatever religious training and understanding and faith an individual or group. The stories, myths, legends, whatever you wish to call them are partly based in life and partly edited to support some moral or ethical statement.
The unfortunate thing about Christianity is that the bible has been translated far too many times, sometimes poorly, as well as added to, subtracted from and changed at will, and then taught as fact brought on by divine intervention. The King James bible being the more famous when it comes to that.
In finding the truth we all base that truth on personal experience, religious understanding and whatever understanding we might glean from our own beliefs or lack there of. One person's truth in that light can be someone else exact polar opposite in experience.
Personally when it comes to religion of any flavor I have a somewhat healthy skepticism and lean more towards developing a somewhat fluid personal spiritual practice based on trial and error in what works for me. What I do might not necessarily be that helpful or true to anyone else, but if it works for me and fits into my personal ideals and beliefs then its in. I've probably discarded far more than I've incorporated, and most of what I keep is pretty down to earth and balanced in my book, so it works for me. I expect it will continue this way as I expect it to be a life-long course of study along with trial and error.
Bring it on!