Thank you for asking. My statement was:
We need better interpretations of religion.
All religions seem to target the same topic areas:
2. The meaning of life that balances it out
3. Self-value, including morality
4. A purpose to existence
Each has its own answer to the questions, but those come in different degrees of accuracy.
Q: How do I make French toast?
A (Christian - good): The toast must be kept apart from all contaminants, basted with the right degree of egg and nutmeg, and then fried according to ritual.
A (Islam): The toast must be understood as being in the hands of God, but God rewards aggression, so you must force that toast to mate with the egg and nutmeg, and then cook it until it fits your stature.
A (Judaism): All that matters is the quality of the French toast, so get good bread, measure the egg and nutmeg, and cook for five minutes on medium heat.
A (Hindu): The struggle of toast and egg is one that rewards those brave enough to take risks, and do what is not visually obvious but must be done, so mix egg and toast as appears beautiful, and the eyes of God will shine upon you if your method is sound. You alone must discover this method through struggle and piety.
These are types of method. There can then be degree of answer, degree of accuracy:
Q: French toast?
A (good): Put bread in egg with a pinch of nutmeg, then cook.
A (better): Soak a slice of bread in well-beaten egg and a pinch of nutmeg, cook for five minutes.
A (best): Beat egg until uniform, then add 1/2 tsp nutmeg and stir until uniform. Heat pan on medium heat, add butter, and wait until it has melted and distributed uniformly on the pan. Then add toast, and cook until brown on each side, flipping to toast both sides to a medium brown.
Our goal is to translate each of those religious answers into a "best" style solution.
Since each religion describes the same world, and the solutions to that world are roughly the same, there will be more crossover than not.
Spirituality, like music, is universal, but it has many voices, and where those voices are highly refined, there is overlap.