Again you supply no sources.Even your hero Bart Erhman states the Josephus and Tacitus passages are forged.
Many Christian scholars pastors and priests say to avoid using Tacitus at all costs because he would never refer to jesus as Christ, and even educated believers admit the Jospehus line is forged but how much is it forged?
Links from several sources have been provided umpteenth times Daffy and you know it.
Virtually all modern scholars of antiquity agree that Jesus existed, and biblical scholars and classical historians regard theories of his non-existence as effectively refuted.[
The term "Christ myth theory" is an umbrella term that applies to a range of arguments that in one way or another question the authenticity of the existence of Jesus or the essential elements of his life as described in the Christian gospels. Among the variants of the Jesus myth theory, the notion that Jesus never existed has little scholarly support, and although some modern scholars adhere to it, they remain a distinct minority; virtually all scholars involved with historical Jesus research believe that his existence can be established