I'd like to respond and point out that if you think he was a nice guy, you acknowledge that he lived and that we have a record of him.I have no reason to doubt that he existed. As I said much earlier, he was a radical rabbi (addressed by his friends as such) who was killed for causing trouble. Nothing unusual about that, nor was the radical Judaism he preached beyond the very broad span of our ancient traditions.
From there on, your argument descends into pointless, unevidenced mystical ravings, which others have used as an excuse to perpetrate all sorts of evil deeds as previously listed, plus witch-burning, stoning schoolchildren whose parents worship the same god in a different building, and a whole host more.
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