That is actually interesting.
Indeed, Jesus did know he would die by others hands if he continued his path.
Looking it up, there's little said on the subject (not surprising). However, I did see someone say in the few seconds devoted to this topic that J was a martyr, and not a suicide.
But that begs the question: Who was he a martyr to? Himself?
In any event martyrdom is a form of suicide. People who are so deluded by their religion they are willing to force down their instinct of self preservation, letting themselves be killed, ergo participating in their own deaths.
And today, millions/billions are deluded into thinking that this martyrdom/suicide of someone that maybe/probably didn't exist in the first place, was all about "saving" them. From what I sure don't know. From some action or inaction of yet another mythical being that they believe they are somehow related to countless generations ago.
If someone's grandfather, or even father (or grandmother/mother/aunt/uncle/sibling/etc) was a murderer/rapist/all around bad person, few would look upon that person as carrying the same burden of guilt. Yet it's encouraged to believe that we are born with some kind of innate propensity to do wrong because of one person who didn't exist, thousands of years ago.
If it wasn't for the indoctrination from early on, who woudn't read the above and shake their head in disbelief.
Many/most people, when pressed, will answer the question "Why are you a christian" will volunteer, in so many words "Because my parent(s) were".
So if your parents were hindus, so most would say they were. It's not even about belief. It's habit. A habit so strong you come to believe, if you never examine it, that it is the natural order of things.
A habit so strong the mere thought of examining/questioning it is unheard of.
It's not questioned or examined because it's just to uncomfortable to look around. Thus those who promote questioning are looked up as sinful themselves.
Faith is believing something for no good reason.
Questioning is asking for a good reason to believe.
Many people become upset/angry at those who question.
Those who understand questioning is a good thing aren't trying to torment people who have faith (on the whole). Questioners understand though that those who submit to faith are going to be very uncomfortable/have their minds blown if they use their brains to actually consider what is going on.
Who wants to worship something that forbids them to question? A lot of people obviously.