Are you searching for the TRUTH?
If this is your starting premise, then your next logical question should (or might) be "the TRUTH about what?" or "What kind of truth, assuming there may be several varieties of TRUTH?".
For instance, suppose I was searching for the truth about water. I may ask the following questions;
1) What is the boiling point of water at standard atmospheric pressure?
2) What is the chemical composition of water?
3) What substances are indissolvable in water?
4) Is the surface tension of water capable of supporting a human, an insert etc?
5) What is the refractive index of water?
And a host of many questions about the physical nature of water. Of course, I could also ask non-naturalistic questions about water, such as the following;
1) Is it true that witches are loathe to cross a body of water?
2) Can water wash away quilt?
But do these non-naturalistic questions make any real sense? Can they reveal any "truths" about the nature of water? How could one go about investigating the "truth" quality of these non-naturalistic question?
What sorts of "truths" do the main religions or theistic traditions address? Are these "truths" amenable to naturalistic and non-naturalistic questions? For instance,
1) Do the "truths" of the religions address the questions of human origins?
2) Do they address the question of the origin of the universe?
Further, of all the various religious claims, how does one distinguish and discriminate as to which possesses the "TRUTH"?