Yes. We are talking about merit, morality, ethics, spiritual health, dispassion for material goods and wealth, etc.
Jhana occurs naturally when the mind is pure, i.e., without the five hindrances. There are sufficient teachings in the New Testament about "renunciation", "non-judging", " non-hatred", "forgiveness", "unconditional love" and "purity of spirit" for jhana to naturally or spontaneously manifest in a devout Christian. The "Kingdom of Heaven" itself is jhana.
Here, Udayi, the bhikkhu secluded from sensual desires and thoughts of demerit abides in the first jhana: Overcoming thoughts and thought
processes and the mind in one point internally appeased, without
thoughts and thought processes abides in the second jhana. Again with
equanimity to joy and detachment, feeling pleasant with the body too,
abides in the third jhana. To this the noble ones say abiding in
pleasantness with equanimity. Udayi, this is the course of actions,
for realising the world of only pleasant feelings (ekantasukhassa