Christianity is named after Jesus Christ, and his teachings played a role in its development. But it was Paul’s teachings that ultimately decided what this religion came to be. Christianity, which developed after Jesus, has very little resemblance to the historical teachings of this great master. As we explained earlier, Jesus’ mission was to confirm the verity of Moses’ message, bring the good news about the coming of Prophet Muhammad, and modify certain aspects of the Mosaic law. Jesus never claimed to be other than a man sent by God like Moses and other prophets before him, but it was Paul who elevated Jesus to divinity, and that divine Jesus became ultimately the Jesus that Christianity preached.