I think he was probably saying that “God is not exclusive to any particular organized religion.” I have heard a lot of people basically saying the same thing, that “I am spiritual, menaing I believe in God, but I am not religious.” They are turned off by organized religion and feel that they can still worship God apart from any “organized” religion.
To that, I say “Fair enough.” God calls people in different ways, some to certain faiths and others maybe to no particular faith. The way I look at it is that God, through the work of a concience that tells a person right from wrong, and an intellect that is predisposed towards a belief in God, has given all peoples a map to salvation, but not all of the pieces to the map. It is possible to get there, but it is much more difficult than with all the pieces. However, through the Church, He has given us the complete picture, we have the complete map, we have all the pieces because of Jesus Christ, present in the Eucharist. Ours is the easiest map to follow to salvation. That is why I joined the Church (the Catholic Church, of course). But, I have several friends who love God and Jesus but do not like or trust organized religion.