That is your problem, not mine. If one makes a positive assertion then one needs to present evidence for it.
No, it did not. Was there and actual, physical Garden of Eden, with the Tree of Knowledge and the Tree of Life in it? Did Jesus actually feed a multitude of people with one loaf of bread and one fish? (These are only two questions among the many that need to be answered.)
I have no problem with that. The question is to separate the historically accurate ones from the others. The basic problem is the question of divine origin. If there was no resurrection of Jesus, then Christianity is unfounded. I understand and accept that for Christians this presents no problem - it is accepted on faith.
But Jesus gave the task to spread the Gospel to all people and all nations. However, no one can expect non-Christians to have the same kind of faith. They need more, they need actual evidence. It would help the apologists in their endeavor if they could present actual evidence.