I would agree with Mr Know itall. Also, whoever wrote that site needs some help with grammar. I noticed many mistakes in the article such as, "Pliny the Younger, a Roman official, got born in 62 C.E." instead of "was born."
Suetonius, a Roman historian, born in 69 C.E. mentions a "Chrestus," a common name.
There should have a semicolon after "Chrestus."
"Irenaeus, who determined the inclusion of the four (now canonical) gospels, wrote his infamous book, "Against the Heresies."
In his book, "The Text of the New Testament-- Its Transmission, Corruption and Restoration, Metzger addresses: Errors arising from faulty eyesight; Errors arising from faulty hearing; Errors of the mind; Errors of judgement; Clearing up historical and geographical difficulties; and Alterations made because of doctrinal considerations. [Metzger]
The book is missing an end quote. Or, more appropriate, the book's title should be in italics.
I am sure there must be many more, but that is a start. I have no problem with people making serious claims about Jesus, but at least be intelligent enough to use correct grammar.