Today's first Mass reading from Isaiah 45 starts out: "I am the LORD, there is no other..."
Recently, I recited the Apostles' Creed as if it was my very first time and I was amazed by the extraordinary things stated, especially those about Jesus Christ. Reading about him in the Gospels, I see that he just came to us, meek and humble, loving others as himself to the very end of his earthly life. It's as if he just followed a prescribed plan, not seeking for one moment his own glory. Indeed, there is no other like him.
Another thing I see. In believing in him, we can become nothing and then be filled with all of God ~ a thorough spiritual transformation of the self. I don't see this in any other faith in the world.