Most historians of non-Christian faiths, even those who identify as Atheists, agree that Jesus’ teachings were objectively good. They also agree that he could be viewed as a respectable leader. However, Jesus never once referred to himself as a leader. His actions and words identified him as a servant. Jesus claimed to be something more. He dared to call God “Father” and called himself Son of God. He shared the good news that God was not far away from people, but as close as a friend. Jesus said that he did not come to save the world through violence or politics. Instead, He came to save the world through sacrifice.