Uh -huh....<quoted text>No, the center of the faith is a mythical hero, "the Christ" or "the Messiah."
Now "the Christ" is known as Jesus, and it was when the Synoptics were written as far as we know. Tacitus does not give a name, though. At that time, many people claimed to be "the Christ." Similar claims are still made in current times, look at David Koresh for instance.
Sorry, RR, the "evidence" you provided shows that a religious cult existed. Nothing else.
<quoted text>"Christus" is a title, not a name.
Similarly, "Sir" does not refer to any one person in particular.
"Yessir, Mr President" refers to no one in particular, right. I mean, that could be ~~**anybody**~~