Here is another set of quotes regarding the historicity of Jesus Christ and the resurrection from some more experts in the field of religion. Enjoy.
"Jesus’ death by crucifixion under Pontius Pilate is as sure as anything historical can ever be. For if no follower of Jesus had written anything for one hundred years after his crucifixition, we would still know about him from two authors not among his supporters. Their names are Flavius Josephus and Cornelius Tacitus."
- John Dominic Crossan, Jesus: A Revolutionary Biography, p. 145
"If the defeated and depressed group of disciples overnight could change into a victorious movement of faith, based only on autosuggestion or self-deception—without a fundamental faith experience—then this would be a much greater miracle than the resurrection itself."
- Pinchas Lapide, The Resurrection of Jesus: A Jewish Perspective, p. 126.
"The disciples' willingness to suffer and die for their beliefs indicates that they certainly regarded those beliefs as true. The case is strong that they did not willfully lie about the appearances of the risen Jesus. Liars make poor martyrs."
- Gary Habermas & Michael Licona, The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus, p. 59
"Perhaps the transformation of the disciples of Jesus is the greatest evidence of all for the resurrection."
- John R. W. Stott
“The evidence for the resurrection is better than for claimed miracles in any other religion. It's outstandingly different in quality and quantity.”