Not really.<quoted text>at least that is a logical and worth while consideration that is appropriate to the conversation.
The facts are this:
** Yesuha (and variations) was quite a common name in the Middle East, back in the first century ACE.
** The Hebrews >>were<< being occupied by a foreign power.
** Whenever that happens, it's common for "prophets" and other "holy" men to speak of overthrowing their conquerors in various ways.
** simple statistics would indicate, with the above, that at least several of these "holy" men would've been named "Yesuha" or minor variations of the same.
** Human nature being what it is, ANY story that would encourage a conquered people in their time of oppression, WOULD GET PASSED AROUND. Of course, these stories grow ever more fantastic, with each iteration of being passed along....
Fast-forward to roughly 300ACE, when Constantine needs a new religion. His selected committee of Religion-Creators needed >>something<< around which to base this new religion.
>> fabricate a new religion based on the many Folk Stories of various different "holy" men, from several different regions, but all more or less common to the area.
Since that only covered the first little bit, they also fabricated a 2nd "holy" man, Paul, who allegedly took part of the Second Half--covering the events after the first "holy" man dies.
And he HAD to die-- what better "hero" than one who was a martyr?
>> after much back-and-forth, they also decided "wouldn't it be cool, if the "martyr" wasn't really a martyr, but was a ZOMBIE instead?
There you have it: the fabrication of your Jewsus Myth.
Christianity: The belief that some cosmic Jewish Zombie can make you live forever if you symbolically eat his flesh and telepathically tell him that you accept him as your master, so he can remove an evil force from your soul that is present in humanity because a rib-woman was convinced by a talking snake to eat from a magical tree.
Makes perfect sense.