I appreciate the effort but the scholarly works of Christians are almost all based on logical fallacies. None have empirical evidence for Jesus or god besides the stories in the Codex Sinaiticus.It's easier to provide you with numerous books, which you'll have to decide whether or not you'll read for yourself.
Some are freely available (see first 4 below), and others will have a price.
The Christian books I've read usually say things like, "everyone agrees Jesus was crucified" or "every major scholar agrees the tomb was empty." Not only is that not evidence - these are actually examples of very well understood logical fallacies and should be immediately discarded (i.e. the Appeal to Authority fallacy and the Argumentum ad Populum fallacy).
Most of the Christian Scholars I've read would be disqualified from a High School debate team in the first round due to logical fallacy violations and clear lack of supporting evidence.
If you want to find empirical evidence for Jesus then it will be in a museum, not words in a book. Empirical evidence will be a physical thing that anyone can see and test that proves God is real. An example of empirical evidence from the time of Jesus might be the Pilates Stone as empirical proof that Pontius Pilate was the Roman ruler of Judea in 50 CE.
Otherwise these are just unfounded Christian claims that are no different than the claims of Muslim, Hindu, or Scientology scholars. There is no reason to believe any of them.