My final statement on this thread is this;
It is nearly impossible to gather physical evidence of the Lord Jesus at this time 2000+ years after his death. Jesus did not accumulate wealth and power in this world. He said he had nowhere to "lay his head" even. He did not leave any children behind or possessions at all. We will find no grave for he was risen from the dead.
For Christians, it is a matter of faith that he existed. We have full confidence in the Bible as God's word and believe the NT to be accurate and true. The NT is a faith book for us, and we fully accept it as such.
Even if the other ancient records here were evidences taken from followers of Christ or the early Christians, it is still good evidence that a real historical person named Jesus at one time walked the earth, was thought of as more than a man, and was crucified. This is what his church passed on about him. These early Christians went to their deaths proclaiming the truth they knew about our Lord Jesus, most deaths which were horrible and painful ones. Why? I believe many were eyewitnesses to his life, death and resurrection and knew beyond a doubt who he truly was. And we cannot expect those outside the church to accept their testimony or ours for that matter.
So, I accept the evidence for what it is, a record of which facts were recorded by accounts given by the early church and that is sufficient for me. Like the Scriptures teach "let each of us be fully convinced in his own mind". Peace to all, Lilly