Brief and simplified discernment to complement https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBEr20TLmfA:
As mentioned or discussed in the presentation (as well as in many literatures such as https://www.amazon.com/Jesus-Buddha-Parallel-Sayings-Seastone/dp/1569751692, https://www.amazon.com/Jesus-Buddha-Krishna-Lao-Tzu, and among others. And as well as many literatures and documentaries on Jesus and Christianity in ancient days) , there are many similarities between Buddhism, Hinduism, and Christianity since many ancient naturalness-spiritual and religious practices and traditions co-existed and co-evolved.
And one of the many common expressions that has not been properly defined, and in particularly in many Hindu and Christian traditions, is an individual can be both human and god. The proper definition should be: as part of sum of parts of the greater whole (or divine or god for many traditions), an individual could potentially achieve infinite potentialities of possibilities in the known physical world and far beyond through process of being and becoming or self-realization and self-actualization (manifested as and facilitated by the greater whole) as part of the greater whole. Even through they are intertwined and entangled as one, there is a clear different between the greater whole and its parts and sum of parts as a recent brief discernment https://www.epistemologyontologyfoundationinstitute.org/global-science-technology-and-innovation-movement/on-intelligent-design illustrated (i.e. the greater whole is far greater than sum of its parts). A simple way of saying is an evolved sentient has the potential to resonate and link in the greater whole omnipresent, omniscient, and omnipotent infinite potentialities of possibilities facilitating by the greater whole. And as expressed in diverse way in the presentation.
And for which much empirical data are available or existed. And which would be more obvious as further meaningful empirical data obtained and better or properly constructed scientifically. And which was the core essence of ancient naturalness-spiritual practices as expressed in many Buddhist, Hindu, and Christian metaphors and paraphrases as well as parallel saying.
And as such, common and inclusive scientific language and empirical data of life and existence would best or properly constructed the essence, nature, and ground of being. And nature. And nature of reality and truth for the common and greater good as well as long lasting benefits to and betterment for all in the known physical world. And beyond.
Epistemology of Life and Ontology of Existence Foundation and Institute