If you conclude that Jesus did not exist, how do you account for people writing gospels about him and Paul writing letters talking about his teaching?
There are Hindu writings about their gods. Jewish writing about their specific version of your god. Writings all over the world about other gods.
Apparently people write. That would pretty much explain everything.
Yes but why, did they write about a man called Jesus. And why did an alleged historian, Josephus, who's works were published in the same era, bother to write about someone that didn't exist when his Empire sponsored work made so open a claim as to the integrity of His record. But more importantly why did Rome allow the story to persist. Now , while you have wishful thinking, I have a theory. Take it or leave it :-)