(20) Jesus was known as a wise, virtuous, and ethical man (Josephus; Mara Bar-Serapion). (21)As the result of his ministry and teaching (creed: 1 Tim. 3:16), (22) he made many disciples from both the Jews and the Gentiles (Josephus; Talmud; creed: 1 Tim. 3:16).
From Gary R. Habermas, The Historical Jesus – Ancient Evidence For The Life Of Christ (in print at Amazon)
We are told (23)that Jesus performed miracles (creeds: Acts 2:22; 10:38; Acts of Pilate; Quadratus; Barnabas; Justin). It is reported (24)that some people were healed and others raised from the dead and (25)that some of the eyewitnesses of these occurrences were still alive (Quadratus). It is also claimed (26)that Pilate filed a report with the Roman officials that corroborated these details (Justin). Additionally, Jesus both (27)fulfilled Old Testament prophecy, thereby validating his claims (creeds: Acts 2:25–31; 3:21–25; 4:11; 10:43; 13:27–37; Justin; cf. Josephus) and (28)made prophecies himself that were later fulfilled (Phlegon), (29) such as predicting his own resurrection (Justin). The Person of Jesus
Many of the sources that we investigated comment on the person of Jesus.^2 In contemporary theology, the titles of Jesus are taken to be exceptionally important indications of who he thought he was, as well as how the early church identified him. The pre-New Testament creeds are crucial in this regard because of their early and authoritative nature. These confessional statements agree that Jesus was deity. We are told (30)that he was of the same nature or essence as God (creed: Phil. 2:6). He is specifically given the titles of (31)Lord (creeds: 1 Cor. 11:23; Acts 2:36; 10:36; Rom. 1:4; Rom. 10:9; Luke 24:34), (32)Son of God (creeds: Acts 13:33; Rom. 1:3–4) and (33)Christ (creeds: 1 Cor. 15:3; Acts 2:36, 38; 3:18, 20; 4:10; 10:36; Rom. 1:4; 1 Tim. 6:13; 2 Tim. 2:8; 1 Pet. 3:18; 1 John 4:2). Other titles from the Acts traditions include (34)Savior (Acts 5:31; 13:23), (35)the Holy and Righteous One (Acts 3:14; cf. 2:27; 13:35), and (36)Prince (Acts 5:31).