To start with, this photo is not mine. It's @godlives_apologetics '. You might be asking yourself why I'm specifically reposting photos from this account. Well, it's because I simply like the way it exposes professional people's interesting statements aesthetically.
To continue, one cannot deny the historicity of Jesus Christ without denying the whole classical period world history. According to most historians, evidences for Jesus of Nazareth exceed those of the most historical figures of the ancient past. As a way of illustration, that Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist and that, between one and three years later, He was crucified by the order of the Roman Prefect Pontius Pilate are two events subject to "almost universal assent".
When trying to run from the truth, many modern skeptics illogically choose to accept a part of history and reject the other, only basing their choices on their refusal of the supernatural. However, the uniqueness that characterizes Jesus' life doesn't make it any less possible or historical.