You separate the two terms "Christian" and "Jesus" from one another? Etymologically, they are essentially the same thing, just called by different names. Christ is the English translation of the Latin Christus (greek khristosIesous translated from the Aramaic Yeshua (Jeshua).
I am familiar with Greek and Hebrew but make no claim of being an expert in the ancient forms of those languages
A Christian is a follower of Christ. Christ means Anointed One. The word Christianity is not synonymous with Christ. The name Jesus is also synonymous with Joshua.
Christianity is a religion and Christ is a person , the "Son of the Living God"
It is Christ Jesus that saves you, the person of Jesus not a religious way.
Jesus said I am the way the truth and the life. Note not his words but his person is the way to God. The I AM statement by Jesus reveals the truth about him , he is God clothed in a mortal body.
Messiah Messiah the anointed expected one of Judaism is not a saviour but a mighty warrior king.
Of course Jesus is the mighty worrier king of the gentiles as well as the Jews they just do not know it yet