Christians call the story of Jesus, "The Greatest Story Ever Told" because they believe it to be authentic and straight from God. Non-Christians, and people who do not subscribe to any religion refer to it as the "Greatest Story Ever Told" because you'd have to thoroughly brainwashed to believe it (the author is not Atheist, just don't believe in the biblical depiction of God, or the Bible to be divinely inspired).
Before any of you formulate, in your benighted mind, the possibility that my soul will reside forever in Hell (another man-made creation), because of what I believe, please research energy, and what it entails.
Energy does not burn, cannot be destroyed, it moves into form (birth), through form (life), and out of form (physical death), and like the cycles of water, carbon, and nitrogen, the soul is in an eternal state of regeneration.
As the late astrophysicist Carl Sagan stated, "we are made of star stuff."
Approximately 96 percent of the mass of the human body is made up of four elements: oxygen, carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen, most in the form of water.
If a large percentage of the human body consist of water, and for billions of years, water has regenerated via the hydrologic cycle, what does that tell you?
Hate to break it to all you "believers" out there, but your pastors, bishops, and preachers, do not want you to know the truth because their gravy train would end. Don't give me the garbage about, "Bishop Such-and-Such, has his own business, and does not take a salary", because that's balderdash. Most profitable ministers do have a side business or two, but the proceeds to start that business came from
the faithful followers.
These evangelical charlatans don't talk to you about the STRONG probability of intelligent life on other planets. He won't broach the subject that humans, in no way, shape, or form, are alone in this galaxy, and certainly not in the observable universe. A universe with multiple times the number of galaxies than there are people on planet Earth (an estimated 7.5 billion).
That's why it is referred to as "The Greatest Story Ever Told."