What do you mean by thorough? I am not a polymath, and I don't know Hebrew, Greek, Aramaic, Latin, Coptic, or Syriac. I have not formally studied historicity or epigraphy. Likewise I have not studied archeology or historical criticism and theological interpretation of scripture. Ok, well maybe a little.
But I don't think one has to be an expert in all these fields and disciplines. There are several more plausible explanations to choose from rather than that of a miraculous resurrection of a dead man.
Off the top of my head;
p1 "orthodox" scripture was "corrupted"
p2 the early members misinterpreted an event and/or statement, much like Paul misinterpreted the imminent parousia.
p3 a coverup explanation to account for the ignoble end of yet another Messiah.
p4 the old passover plot conspiracy theory, the crucifixion was not lethal.
There are more, but I only have to posit one example that is more plausible than a dead man being brought back to life. And by dead I don't mean someone with no vital signs or someone near death who recovers and tells stories of tunnels of light etc. I mean someone who is deceased and cannot be put back to together again, much like Humpty Dumpty.