I don't believe that's a fair example. It's not a spiritual one.
Nor is it specific to Christianity.
If Christianity is truly THE universal faith, then every scenario has relevance. I know I am possibly labouring a point here, but it is an important one. Christianity also recognizes no other faith as truth, so there is no other scenario than the scenario of Christ.
Also, 'spiritual' enters every scenario we face, whether we choose to believe so or not. If we are spiritual beings, then we continue to be so 24/7 and not at an alloted time that suits.
A book I skip read recently claimed that every man and woman on the planet has spirituality, yet some may have a deep seated drive to pursue purely material and selfish goals. Nevertheless, this adoration of all things material could be said to be their own form of spirituality, in that it embraces a system of beliefs that conjures forth a fire that drives their engine. So even the annoying twits messing around outside the house are spiritual beings.
It is human to judge and truly inescapable. Anybody who comes to me and tells me that they do not judge or do not believe in judging, I begin to eye with suspicion.
Pedant that I am.
(none of the above is written to offend btw & is purely my vision)
I understand what you are saying and partially agree. The message of Krishnamurti & Leadbeater are to my mind only an echo of Eastern mysticism combined with spiritualism, yet Leadbeater wanted his own personality cult and guru status and used K to help gain that. I prefer my messages of truth to be untainted by the excrement of a bloated ego. Leadbeater I have little time for and K I feel sorry for.