Although we may never know what really happened [So, "what really happened" is not recorded in the Gospels?], we do know that the story told in the Gospels is that Jesus’ resurrection was a first demonstration of what I call the post-human universal person [And how do we know this? Because you say so? We should trust you but not the Gospels?]. We are told that he did not die [False. 2,000 years of Christian teaching is crystal clear: the man Jesus died on the Cross. No Christian church/denomination denies this fact]. He made his transition [died?], released his animal body [died?], and reappeared in a new body at the next level of physicality [There are "levels of physicality"? Has anyone told Dawkins? What does this mean?] to tell all of us that we would do what he did [Didn't he mention something about following his Way while he was still living; or, was all that just a dream? How did he tell us this? Through the apparently unreliable Gospels?]. The new person that he became [Person? But he "released his animal body," so what does "person" mean?"] had continuity of consciousness with his life as Jesus of Nazareth, an earthly life in which he had become fully human and fully divine [Wait. Has he released his animal body at this point? I'm confused about the chronology of the releasing of the animal body! Is the Jesus of the Animal Body a product of the continuity of consciousness, or does that stuff come later?]. Jesus’ life [Which Jesus? Pre or post-release of the animal body?] stands as a model of the transition from Homo sapiens to Homo universalis [Saying stupid stuff in Latin doesn't make it smart].
There’s more, so read it all. Don’t mess with Dominicans.