I have read it a few times, but seeing as I am currently working on a book that delves into the realm of biblical criticism I am once again reading the bible (well, the entire NT and some OT) in both the Revised Standard Verson (Oxford Annotated) and Koine Greek.
Jesus is most likely an Imaginary Friend that the Christians project to be a real historic person.
Well, sort of. I have played the devil's advocate for the fact that Jesus may never have existed as a real person and one can make the argument but it is just as far fetched as saying he did. In all likelihood he did exist in some degree, Galilee was a hotbed for religious reformers and revolutionaries at the time, but he was no doubt far from how he is pictured in the Bible.