In my humble opinion, that is exactly what Jesus meant by the statement, "I am the way, the truth, and the light. No one comes to the father except through me." The way I see it, this is a way of reuniting with our Atman. Jesus did not mean he was the only way, he meant the path he taught was the only way, which is something I completely agree with. (I have to wonder if the wording of the original text was altered.) If you look at it this way, Jesus' and Buddha's teachings are identical.
other than the fact that Buddhas teachings indicate that belief in the Atman is part of Wrong View, belief in creator deities is unfounded and causes one to have no motivation to engage in moral and ethical actions, and there is no need to rely upon another being for our salvation.
of course the Buddha also taught that outside of the Dharma Liberation was not possible... so i'm not really sure how you are reconciling the teachings of these two disparate religious paradigms that are grounded on radically different understandings of ontological reality and i'm not really sure of the benefit therein.