You might BELIEVE that to be true, but you have no verifiable evidence that is a fact!
It is easy to make claims of something, but harder to have it hold water in light of the evidence provided. Just because you distrust the evidence doesn't make it any less factual. I provided some evidence on the resurrection and how his disciples might have stolen the body. Which you posed. Satisfactory answer to negate your premise? If not, then within the evidence available how did they steal the body?
You have admitted as such that Jesus did die or at least go along with the historical record that He did. Now scripture states that many saw Jesus after the resurrection. The documents were written within the lifetime of those who would give witness to having talked, eaten, heard, touched Him. Large enough number of people that not all of them would be called in a court of law in order to make the point that his presence was known to more then the Apostles. Also, keep in mind that the documents we're talking about were not just written to you, me or some future time period. They were written to contemporaries, people who could verify/confirm what was being written as factual. Keep in mind that these are individuals who gave up their lives for this for this very message. Which is also historically factual.
Now if you were to serve on a jury and provided witness after witness that something happened. Even though you didn't see it yourself. From people who have nothing to gain, but persecution, pain, and death. How would you evaluate it?
You are now on that jury. What questions besides "I don't believe you" would you pose to them?
My own questions have been answered and I don't doubt that Jesus Christ "lived, died, and rose again" and we are trying to help you with your own questions. Just don't prejudge on a preconceived belief on what is possible or not possible. You need to ask yourself. What if it is possible? What if it did happen? and most importantly. What does it mean to me? or Like one church I attend on line like to say. "So what?"