All rightie then. I’ll give it a shot.
Coming to believe in something other than what I believe now would mean that I don’t fully believe all I think I do. I’d have to have a problem with the wine in my wineskins first before I’d see your new wine of no resurrection as necessary. I’d need to pour your “new wine” into them and try to drink from it to come to believe something else. Both get ruined. That is the analogy that Jesus gave us to use for such stuff. ( Matthew 9:17 People do not put new wine into old wineskins. Otherwise the skins burst, the wine spills out, and the skins are ruined. Rather, they pour new wine into fresh wineskins, and both are preserved.” usccb.org/bible/matthew/9 ) Your “new wine” is that the Resurrection didn’t happen. My wineskins say that He is Risen! Alleluia! If I try to put your premise into my wineskins both your premise and my wine will turn sour and the skins themselves will be ruined and won’t hold anything, water, wine, milk, etc. ever again. They’ll need to be pitched as useless. This is very good counsel from God. It applies here.
So wanting to avoid “coming to believe” anything other then what I believe, I’ll have to ask you to flesh out your premise more. What do I mean? Well, did the gals show up at the tomb and find a body on that morning or not? Or did the whole thing not happen, that is the crucifixion and everything else. Or did the crucifixion happen, but no one saw Him alive after that? Which particular Gospel accounts are you suggesting need eliminating for the new wine you’re brewing to fill the skins? Give us something to chew on.