This is just as much my forum as it is yours. I was here before you and I'll be here after.
Not really. This is a forum for non believers and those recovering from religion... it's a forum for the rational. Although you are free to hang out here, it really isn't a forum designed to make believers in the supernatural feel at home. This is no more your forum than it is a Muslim forum or Scientologist forum. We don't believe in your magic men any more than you believe in theirs. I don't go to woo forums and tell the woo how gullible I think they are, but I feel free to do so here.
I'm an equal opportunity mocker. I like it when self-righteous theists (such as yourself) drop by here on atheist territory so they can be treated the way they treat all those who do not share their magical beliefs. Personally, I think all religionists should be as polite and unassuming as they want the other wacky religionists to be. Because to this atheist you are all equally wrong about the magical things you believe in. Each religionist may feel they are obviously more moral than those who believe differently, but we atheists don't see your imagined morality (nor your imagined humility either). I find you all a bit smarmy and dishonest-- you have to be to keep lying to yourself and to keep telling yourself that faith is something good.
There's no evidence that Jesus actually existed as opposed to being an amalgam of legendary characters, false memories, or schizophrenic delusions. There is no way to know anything true about any supposed real Jesus fellow-- and it's pretentious and goofy to imagine that you (fool) have insight into the divine. Jesus is less knowable than Muhummed in fact.
At least atheists don't run around claiming to "know" inane things they cannot know regarding divine, invisible, undetectable beings and their incarnate sons (who are really them) via some mystical triune monotheistic semantic nuttery that makes no sense at all. But many theists do. Sadly, they don't seem to agree with each other on much of the details, but each feels as right as Fred Phelps.