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Assertion: “Jesus was not a literal person, just a myth. The fact that there is no extra-biblical testimony is proof.”
This one is pretty easy to disprove.
There are many people who lived in Rome and not all of them are verifiable 2,000 years later. It would be extremely significant to find references to people who lived in the days of Jesus.
Since Jesus was a literal person, we are able to find extra-biblical, non-sympathetic references to his life and impact on society.