Someone considers this evidence overwhelming. I don't.
Someone considers this evidence so suggestive as to thrust a certain belief upon man. I don't.
Someone considers this evidence to have been created mostly post facto. I am he.
Don't get me wrong. I think Jesus was a good homo sapien. He brought some valuable perspective to gentiles and an important warning to Jews.
Let me ask you this: do I have to believe in Jesus's miracles to believe the Christian prophecies? Because I'm not going to. The bulk of the complaint against the Jews during Jesus's time was that they refused to see his miracles. Clearly, I would not be subject to same complaint having seen no Christian miracles in my entire lifetime. Why then would I believe that Jesus is divine? Because 1.5 billion Christians, with no supernatural proof, have told me so? That seems to me a great evil when someone makes an assertion about divinity without offering a proof of equivalent divine power...
In summation: I want miracles or go away.
Miracles are not the issue.
Deuteronomy 13:2-4 "If there should stand up in your midst a prophet of a dream, and he will produce to you a sign or wonder, and the sign or the wonder comes about, of which he spoke to you, saying. 'let us follow gods of others that you did not know and we shall worship them!' Do not hearken to the words of that prophet or to that dreamer of a dream, for HaShem your G-d is testing you to know whether you love HaShem, your G-d, with all your heart and with all your soul."