On page ix the Presence writes that every individual adherent of a major world religion needs to ask:
What, in my heart of hearts, is my attitude to the followers of other faiths?"
Note - "attitude to followers" not to the faith itself.
For myself, their doctrines and practices are not as important as how they treat others; both those outside their faith and those within it. When I see hatred, contempt, greed, stupidity and all the permutations of the three poisons regularly expressed, then I consider those persons as poor exponents of their path. If the converse is true, then those people are good followers of their spiritual path.
How do others here respond to this question?
Only consider helping others and forget yourself. Master Hsuan Hua