I dont want to offend anyone that worships Jesus, but am toying with a few ideas at the moment.
I am not sure yet about the inspiration of the bible. However reading Franz' Christian Freedom gives me a lot more respect for Jesus teachings and Christianity.
Lets say that Jesus was just a man. The bible writers probably noticed he did not do all the superhuman things he is said to, so the NT must be somewhat of a consipiracy. However it is a very good one. Could it be possible that some visionary Jews could see the plight that the Law covenant was getting them into. They realised that a new approach was needed, and came up with a very good way of life;
Love God, Love thy neighbour, be honest and moral, look forward to the heavenly ressurection, and look after each other within the Christian congregation.
That seems to be the ideal way to live. Could they be onto something, even if not inspired? We have all seen how it is once religion is institutionalised that it becomes harmful in its fight to perpetuate its own existence, whether the Catholics in the dark ages or the WTS now. But is non institutionlised Christianity the best way of life?