One thing emphasized by Christ but not so much by Christianity is the concept of non-judgement. Theft, rape, murder, and deviant sex are all major social concerns, but with Christ the major concern appears to be about people judging others. This is so significant that he comes right out and says that if you do not judge others you will not be judged yourself, presumably meaning you will escape final judgement and get a free pass to heaven no matter what kind of life you lived, as long as you didn't judge others. This is nearly an impossible concept for our materialistic world to grasp.
When Christ admonished his followers not to try removing a speck from someone's eye until they remove the log from their own, could this "log" be a reference to the mythical tree with the forbidden fruit in the garden of Eden? ... and what they needed to remove from themselves was the belief that they knew good and evil?