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Clarissa LattimoreJR 5Huston S. The World’s Religion on page (328) states, “Certainly, the most impressive thing about the teachings of Jesus is not that he taught them but that he appears to have lived them.” “From the accounts that we have, his entire life was one of humility, self-giving, and love that sought not its own. The supreme evidence of his humility is that it is impossible to discover precisely what Jesus thought of himself.” (Huston 328). What this is saying to me is that the Christianity view of Jesus teaching is said to be not of what he had learned from other religions, but what he had dealt with through his own eyes. He didn’t teach what he heard or what he thought would sound good for the people under him, but what he viewed or had to live through himself. This to me make the Christian religion stand out and why it is known to be the biggest religion now, However, if I had to put myself as a first-century Jew I