<quoted text> Strangely he is not even mentionned by any historian at the time and in all probability never even existed. He was a composite of all the gods at the time, all born of a Virgin on 25th December and all had 12 apostles (the sun and the twelve signs of the Zodiac). In 325 at the Council of Nicea, the blood soaked Constantine invited all religions, pagan and christian, to the partty, and taking what was common to all and blending it, Christianity was born. Noboddy, except some gospels which contradict each other, mentionned the greatest even in human history. And those gospels were written some 200 years after the alleged fact. Strange indeed!
Josephus of course refutes your argument entirely, some of his work is by authors using his name but the consistency is beyond question as a historical heritage.
I don't know of any accredited body challenging the over all relevance of Flavius
the Antiquities is a good starting point if you want to try.
Josephus says about Christ. " was he a man? we don't know"
Josephus was agnostic.
200 years your on your own their. The authenticity, of every Book and the letters is within the confines of the claimed authors lives. The Old and New Testimonies are the most professionally researched manuscripts on the planet.
Another thing Flavius says is. "the Temple was destroyed because God so loved James, the brother of Jesus."