No secular historical proof for Jesus. None.
<quoted text>Literary fiction is defined as stories depicting imaginary characters are places.
It is your claim that Jesus is fictional.
Is that true or is that your opinion?
[QUOTE] When the definition says "as opposed to fact' you have no facts on Jesus. You do realize that outside of the bible, a morally corrupt holy book, there are NO contemporary accounts of this Jesus dude. Believe what you will, but Jesus fits the definition of a fictional character. "
You're a fool if you believe that. There were many people that wrote about Jesus, outside the bible.
Considering He was in the public eye for less than three years, the fact that many people have written about Him is amazing in itself. Also consider that he taught in a relatively obscure corner of the Roman Empire.....
Here's some of the people that wrote about Jesus. Look them up.
Pliny the Younger (61-113AD)
Mara Bar-Serapion (70AD)
Lucian of Samosata:(115-200 A.D.)