Careful! Don't automatically assume I think all of the stories you mentioned are myths. As to why I believe Christianity is so special, it all hinges on Christ and His redemptive work. There's one thing I want to point out about His crucifixion, death, and burial. The soldiers guarding the tomb under orders from Pilate - because of the claims Jesus had made about His resurrection - reported on the third morning that the tomb was empty. These are ROMAN soldiers, trained to obey orders no matter what. They knew their heads would be on the block if the tomb was broken into, and they would have had no reason to lie and say the tomb was still sealed. If they had lied and the truth was later discovered, they would have been killed. As it happened, they told the truth and were paid money to keep silent and told to say the disciples had taken His body. The disciples, or any other mortal, could not, could not, have taken Jesus' body from the tomb right under the noses of the Roman guards without being stopped. Yet the tomb was empty that morning. That, to me, indicates there was a force other than natural at work here; that the claims Jesus made about Him being the Son of God are true.