The reason I get Jesus and love his teachings is because of how simple and structured he was. He never got uptight about Sabbath (if your donkey falls into the well on Sabbath, you simply take him out), he was simple in prayer (not out front beating your chest, just simply Our Father...), he gave clean, structured tips that everyone could follow (Love your Neighbor as you love yourself). That's who Jesus was; a real down to Earth, practical teacher with so much love for people who had a hard time getting what life was really all about. Sick and poor were his friends, along with fishermen and thieves getting into heaven.
At no point did Jesus even ask to be divine or be crowned king. He came to teach us how to connect with God in the simplest ways. Then came First
Council of Nicaea convened by Constantine in 325AD, settling the
Nicaean Creed wherein Christ is described as "God from God, Light from
Light, true God from true God", then sealed by the First Council of Constantinople in 381. His divinity was conferred long after his death. He never he asked for it. And when the church made him divine it was for the purpose of stopping religious wars and differences among groups split over beliefs. I think Jesus would have shaken in head at the people who still didn't get his role in the first place. Lemme know what you think...