> Whoever might have existed as Jesus of Nazareth, or Jesus of
> whatever, is very unlikely to have been the "Jesus" that has
> been transformed by the Church into a combination of previous
> or contemporaneous divine infants, holy prophets, or
> supernatural beings, along with an amalgam of real and
> legendary people that have evolved through the long oral and
> even written tradition.
I refer you to this post[/ur], where I explained your above contention.
> If you were to list as factual what we actually know from
> written and inscribed historical evidence, I suspect it would
> be a rather short and very human list.
At the end of the day, it boils down to personal belief. Like you, I'm only expressing my personal opinions based on the research I've done.