How dare you.This was a fundamental objection from both Richard Carrier...
That is a shame about the insufficiency of the surviving Greek. If I may, what about using a modern Greek translation? The language has changed, but isn't it more likely - or at least more likely to seem - to be more closely related to the Koine?
To Mr. bar Josephus, I applaud you for making the effort to find so many parallels, and I thank you for sharing them so freely. I'm sorry that I'm not yet able to find the "Greek parody of Josephus" theory as strong as the "Josephus using his and other writings as typology" theory as the context for the New Testament. Bear in mind, though, Jerry and Richard (and Joe?) still have yet to bring me to the belief that Josephus was acting out of what Richard likes to call "cynical" motivations.
Regardless, I encourage you to frequent the forum. It's thanks to Jerry, Richard, et al that I even became aware of Ken Atchity, with whom I'm now working on an Augustan theory documentary (still waiting for word from the BBC, though)