The truths attached to science or religion are incomplete, modifiable, fallible, and sometimes useless. The fact my body is made up of the same atoms that make up stars is of no help when I want to have a loving, honest relationship. The fact compassion and good deeds are heavenly becomes fairly pathetic when I want to know why my cellphone is dropping reception.
Truths come in many forms. They are fluid. They have only the power that science and religion gives them. Truth, on the other hand, is whole, constant, universal, formless, infinite, a power that gives power.
To keep it straight, I call truth, God. It’s my habit. God isn’t the evolving truths found through science and religion. God is the truth that interprets what is usefully true, now.