I suspect that you have inquired of the wrong Internet forum.
Fact is, objective history knows almost nothing about this particular character … which, by the way, is quite unusual for a person of such enormous and obvious historical import. We can deduce that he was an outspoken religious figure who managed to stage a “triumphal entry” (complete with palm fronds …) that promptly earned the stock response of the Occupying Romans to any perceived threat to their domination of the conquered region. But there are no “official records” (remaining) of the great-many crucifixions that were performed during those days.
And so, although plenty of the surviving accounts are highly suspect … (clue ya … the Romans didn’t give a damn about the opinions of the Conquered Local Authorities, as long as they helped to “hold the peace” and otherwise generally “kept their mouths shut” …) … we simply do not know who Jesus of Nazareth … actually … was. :eek:
In all the annals of history, yes, Jesus of Nazareth remains one of the world’s great mysteries.
Believe me: “as a Christian(!),” I would very much like to have a definite answer. But, I find that history simply has no such “certainty” to give. And so, I have adjusted my “beliefs” accordingly.
“And, actually … I have no problems with that.”