To list all the known Jesuses available to date would be too cumbersome, and so the essential questions of Jesus are divided up under headings I, II, and III. By selecting one or more appropriate choices under each heading, you can perfectly identify which Jesus you accept. A traditional Christian, for instance, would believe in Jesus Ia,IIa,IIIa.
I. Identity of Jesus
a. Jesus was God incarnate, and healed the sick and blind.
b. Jesus was a prophet who may have healed the sick and blind, but only if they were faking weren't all that sick and blind in the first place.
c. No such person as Jesus existed at all, or if he did, he wasn't Jesus Jesus, but some ordinary guy, and the whole Jesus Jesus story was made up by Paul and some others.
II. Death and/or resurrection
a. Jesus was crucified, died, and was buried, and on the third day, he rose again.
b. Jesus was crucified, died, and was buried. The end.
c. Jesus was crucified, but he got better.
d. Jesus was crucified, and is buried next to his wife and children. (See III f)
III. The Virgin Birth and Immaculate Conception
a. Jesus died a virgin, as did his mother Mary.
b. Jesus died a virgin, but Mary stopped being a virgin after Jesus was born and had other children by Joseph.
c. Jesus died a virgin, but Mary was not a virgin and never had been and just told Joseph the whole virgin birth thing so as not to get in trouble,
d. Neither Jesus nor Mary were virgins, or not for their whole lives anyway, and Jesus had a sexual relationship with Mary Magdalene.
e. Neither Jesus nor Mary were virgins, and Jesus was gay.
f. Jesus and Mary Magdalene were married and had children of their own.
g. Jesus died a virgin but secretly thought Mary Magdalene was cute and often asked the disciples, "Does she ever talk about me?"