Caesar's Messiah points out the name game played by the Xian creators, perhaps, the name Longinus is another clue. I'm not saying the same author who wrote "On the Sublime" wrote the gospel probably more of a tip of the hat to "On the Sublime". Could the Jesus story, as told in the Gospels , be a sublime comedy? Longinus, (the actual name is controversial), is considered the author of "On the Sublime", and was written in the First Century, CE. Wikipedia on Longinus, author of "On the Sublime" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/On_the_Sublime Of course, Longinus is name of the soldier that pierces the side of Jesus on the cross in the Gospel narrative. (John 19:34). While not named in John, the name comes from apocryphal text, Acts of Pilate. Wikipedia on the Xian mythology of Longinus https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Longinus I'm not sure if the Postflavian crew has already commented on Longinus and I cannot recall if Joseph Atwill has in his books. Any suggestions where I can find a more developed theory?