Legion: you didn't really answer my question. If anything, you avoided it.
By using a verse from a sacred text to support your claim is weak & lacks a reasonable response.
If you really want to get into semantics, that verse can be interpreted in many different contexts. If taken as fact literally, then Jesus could be interpreted as being Truth in context of not lying: by serving God in whatever incarnation, introduces the seeker to inner truth or common humanity. "Unto the father but by me" can be taken as we must ask him permission before going to our father or any father. The problem w/ taking the Bible literally is that it offers many interpretations & is devoid of being taken in the proper context from the cultural & historical perspective of the time.
When not taken literally, you can still believe God, and such the unity & diversity of God in the many sacred religions. If you are trying to prove myself & others wrong on this forum; its not working.
Besides, Jesus also says "may they all be One as I am in you and you in me."
We should be united in Christ, not divided. God's love is represented by the many religions, traditions, and many different individuals & cultures of the world. By denying the diversity of God, the individual may only see one side & miss the entire message.
In Christ's Love & Peace to You Legion.
"First, they laugh at you. Then they fight you. Then you win."-- Mahatma Gandhi
Peace & Blessings,