"...The final stop in my investigation was at the offices of Dr. Robert Deutsch. When it comes to ancient texts, he is considered by many the number one Aramaic and Hebrew epigrapher in the world. What does this text say, I asked? Without hesitating, Dr. Deutsch answered; “It seems that this is a text written by the followers of Jesus after the crucifixion. They are telling each other not to focus on the ‘nail’ and the ‘crucifixion’ as ‘their enemy’ does, and not to overly ‘mourn’ their loss but, rather, to focus on the ‘eternal light’,” mentioned at the end of the fragment." From article: see link below.
Note: Jesus Christ, as an historical figure, is well documented by the accurate narrative style of the gospel writers. The above archaeological find, if correct, supports the historicity of His life. But, what it may also indicate is that some of the Dead Sea Scroll writings may have been done by early Christians.
His deity as God come in the flesh is based on fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies, what He taught, and the miracles performed in the presence of many witnesses. Also, there are the testimonies of hundreds of millions of people, through the last 2000 years, from all the people groups of the earth that confirm that He still does physically heal, deliver from demons, restore lives. He works through His body the "Body of Christ" e.g. the true believing church.