The fallacy is in the claim that no ancient evidence exists. This is blatantly dishonest. There is an abundance of evidence showing how the Christ is a creation following the supposed life of Jesus. There is an abundance of evidence showing how this belief varied and changed in early Christianity.
There is no contemporary evidence proving that Jesus was the Christ. There is an abundance of evidence proving that Jesus was not a Jewish messiah. There is an abundance of evidence showing how Christianity rewrote the Jewish requirements for a messiah.
What we will likely receive in reply will be any number of fallacious arguments, which will prove, once again, the dishonesty of Christianity.
Too bad they--Matthew, Mark, Luke and John--never got together to get their stories straight; each one of them contradicts the other three.<quoted text>
Well, I'm not sure what you mean by contemporary evidence, however, when the disciples wrote the books in the NT, it was not a Bible. They were witness accounts, mostly letters to the Churches,