God made Jesus real. Man made Jesus and the God in Jesus mythical…Then blamed him when he made evident their myth-creating business they called "religion."
I think one of the most beautiful things about Jesus and God is that He’s nothing more than a reflection of each and every soul’s true expression. Fully accepting and realizing each member of the Whole (The Body) for who they really are and forgiving each for becoming what they are not when they stray, healing them when they return…
And that is why people hate and love Jesus. His simple presence forces or begs a soul to be realized, and to recognize the God that created them.
He’s not a flatterer. He knows not "tact."
Therefore, His honest, affectionate regard can be the most critically injurous revelation of Truth in each and every member, yet the very same binds and heals each, bringing to fore the self longing to be known and accepted and loved. Else hiding and hating in darkness and sin.
What Jesus does, oftentimes, makes the wonderful, Ordinary and the ordinary, Wonderful. And for this, the "gods" which are no gods at all, have sought to bring Him down by any means necessary or to crucify Him.
The very peacable and easily entreated nature of the Christ prevents it. While their very own souls condemnation of itself in realization of an absolute Truth it cannot escape, urges them to make right the wrong. The very act of Treason works Christ’s Glorification in every circumstance and scenario, whilst the allegiant remains exalted in perfection, no matter how marred the Christ may seem for a time. The traitor is marred and ultimately destroyed of his own self will, or the loss thereof.
What better way to betray the Christ than to convince the world of Jesus’ Sovereignty and Power in Holiness, Sinlessness and Perfection, and then when He comes again, as an unwitting child, lead him into temptation and sin presented as acceptable, nay more, a necessary and obligatory rite of passage, an honorable obligation of every citizen of the Kingdom, and sit back and say "Aha!" when he does sin in the flesh, though He never has and never will sin in the Spirit. In doing so, they prevent every lamb and citizen of the kingdom from knowing God and the True Rules and Laws of the Spirit Above, and just what sin is and why we ought to avoid it, and how to remain godly and powerful in the world…never squandering your gifts but fully enabling them.
Paul saw it rightly…
2Cr 5:21; 6:1-2 For he hath made him [to be] sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in him. We then, [as] workers together [with him], beseech [you] also that ye receive not the grace of God in vain.
(For he saith, I have heard thee in a time accepted, and in the day of salvation have I succoured thee: behold, now [is] the accepted time; behold, now [is] the day of salvation.)