Jesus' status is not God, at least not originallyHis phrase "ego eimi" is actually "ego eimi ho on", which is essencially an expression for "I'm being honest" instead of "I am", as translated. Thus, he was just a prophet, not a divine being. Of course, he might have become divine after his death because Clap Your Hands If You Believe, but it wasn't the original plan...
Jesus is... uh, in PurgatorySelf Explanatory, as well.
Jesus is/was Seemingly Profound Fool.Monty Python's Life of Brian was more spot-on than anyone realized. No wonder his words can be taken to back up almost anything.
Jesus was/is the Wandering Jew.He's Jewish, immortal, and nobody knows exactly what happened to him after that last visit. Plausible enough.
Jesus gave God a human perspectiveThis is why there's such a huge difference between new and old testament god. Through Jesus, god was able to see just how flawed, weak, and vulnerable humanity really is. That we were practically inherently designed with temptations we face each and everyday, every hour of the day. God saw, realized that there are those that STILL never gave up and remained devoted to his faith, and truly realized humanity was god's greatest miracle.
Jesus is,or was Heracles.He became Genre Savvy and escaped into the Abrahamic religion,when he realised the Greek Pantheon is doomed
Jesus was/is a Buddhist.He visited India during the undocumented years of his life, discovered Buddhism, attained Enlightenment and returned to Judea to preach love, forgiveness and compassion to all. When he was crucified, he didn't die physically as he had already become a Bodhisattva (one who has attained Buddhahood but remained on Earth to help others attain wisdom rather than moving on to Nirvana.)
Jesus actually is JesusThink about it...
Jesus was a human/alien hybrid
He's not just any alien, but a Time Lord.It would explain a lot, wouldn't it? Jesus was a Time Lord who landed on Earth, but unlike the Doctor decided to stay there. The Star of Bethlehem was his TARDIS shining in the sky, and Mary was basically what the Chameleon Arched Doctor used-a plausible identity, with psychic paper to fool the Roman census. Claiming to be the Son of God yet the same guy simultaneously? Yahweh, God of Israel was the same guy, in a previous incarnation and as such could be his "father" From a Certain Point of View. Many of the miracles can be explained with Clarke's Third Law: walking on water? Hoverboots. Feeding 5000 people with 5 fishes and loafs of bread? The same technology used to make TARDI Ses Bigger on the Inside was made to fit massive quantities of fish and bread in them. Bring a person back from the dead? Chula nanogenes. When God said "A thousand years can be a day for me/a day can be a thousand years for me"(I'm paraphrasing), that was a demonstration of how time travel works. Much like the Doctor, "Jesus" had to hide his actual name, which is why the name of God is so sacred in Abrahamic faith. Nobody recognized Jesus when he came back because he regenerated, resulting in a different appearance. The process took a while because the crucifixion delayed the regeneration, in a similar vein to how 7 basically died on the operating table. The changes between the policies of the Jewish God and Christian God come from his personality changing thanks to regeneration. Mohammed was an incarnation hiding from the Time Lords, and as such refused to reveal his face.