There is that of God in everyone. Everything that happens to me is a question from God.
Everyone's relationship to God is unique.
For many years I recited the Apostles Creed, without ever thinking very much about what it meant. But with spiritual growth the idea that everyone should have the same details of faith became ludicrous-- a group of people reciting a creed, declaring their allegiance to Emperor Constantine's notion of an enforced uniformity.
Everyone should have the same faith? My God doesn't tell me that. God says to me "get to know your friend; find out what I've told him; then you two will become close, each respecting and affirming the other's faith as his own.
"When all my children have done that with everyone they know, you will recognize the kingdom that has come. You will be very diverse, and you will be one, as Jesus prayed that you might."