Yep! People have drawn wild conclusions from a few pieces of unverifiable writings. You're making my point. It's nearly impossible to figure out exactly what was happening back then, and that's why historians today don't make the bold assertions about past events that Christians and other religious groups make. Just because something is written down doesn't mean it actually happened. So even if there is a document that says Jesus did something, no rational person would assume that it happened without independent evidence to support it. Some of the most well known historical figures that aren't supernatural in origin and action have disputed histories despite tons of independent evidence. You have to look at the motivations and information available to the writer and take all the factors into account. On top of that, I often go to the bullshit test. If someone told you that today would you believe it? If someone came up and told you that the girl down the street was pregnant and when questioned she claimed to be a virgin and that God impregnated her, would you believe her or say bullshit? If someone told you that a guy resurrected himself and disappeared , would you believe it? Those gullible, superstitious, uneducated, people from decades after Jesus's supposed life believed it, but I don't. People still believe crazier shit to this day so I'm not surprised. I just refuse to believe irrational things. We have science now.