Isn't the burden of proof generally on the one seeking to deny historical records.?

There is good evidence that the New Testament was written in the generation of the Apostles. We have thousands of copies of these documents in their source language, some of which go back inside of 100 years after Jesus' death. There is no evidence of significant corruption in the known manuscripts. There is... show more There is good evidence that the New Testament was written in the generation of the Apostles. We have thousands of copies of these documents in their source language, some of which go back inside of 100 years after Jesus' death. There is no evidence of significant corruption in the known manuscripts. There is no motivation and evidence for fraud among the apostles and church fathers - most died martyr's deaths. The trend of archaeology is toward validation, not denial, of what it is possible to confirm in Scripture. Even non-biblical manuscripts support various key details of Christian theology.

What alternative explanation do you offer to the New Testament documentation and the tradition of the church, and what support do you have for your theory?
Update: Not answering the question....
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