From a Christian POV, I completely agree with you. From Judaic/Noachide/Muslim POV, I cannot. There have been many messiahs throughout Jewish history. The different messiahs would be: Moses, Joshua, David, Hezekiah, the judges, the prophets... many, many people. If I'm not mistaken, Muslims do not consider Jesus to be THEE Messiah, but instead, simply a messiah. The same would be said for Muhammed. He is an "anointed" man according to Muslims; not divine. I can't really take Paul's interpretation of the Tanakh as legitimate, but I do understand where you're coming from.