This is becoming too repetitive.
I'm making a closing statement. I imagine you will reply to give yourself the satisfaction of having the last word.
"if one rigorously follows the appropriate historical methodology, one still wouldn't be justified in believing that someone rose from the dead"
I've already given examples of where professional historians do this and reach different conclusions. Do you agree or do you think that for any historical event one can determine what actually happened without any room for reasonable disagreement?
"given certain concepts about the universe"
This seems to be code for believing that God does not exist. An assumption since it has not been proved.
"ancient aliens or labourers?"
An example of repetition. I've already responded about aliens. Remember we're aliens in the sense of travelling to distant planets. Aliens would have to travel to earth.
an exception for Christianity
By denying this possibility you are trying to dictate to God how he should or should not act. Why shouldn't God choose to communicate to humankind through Jesus? Why should God act in a way that you think is more appropriate. Other human beings have views that differ from yours so why should you think that you can determine how God should act. The message is for all mankind.
"the dead roaming the city?"
"The tombs broke open and the bodies of many holy people who had died were raised to life. They came out of the tombs, and after Jesus’ resurrection they went into the holy city and appeared to many people." Mt 27:52,53 NIV
Now these verses are difficult, not because God is incapable of doing such a miracle, but because of a lack of information. However, one shouldn't think in terms of some kind of zombie movie. Rather one should think more like the raising of Lazarus in Jn ch 11. You have mentioned this example many many times but it is not the key event at the end of the gospels. Jesus' resurrection is the key event. That doesn't mean that I don't believe this could or did happen: but it's much more important to think about Jesus' resurrection. I've tried to make this point before and you have never taken this obvious point on board preferring to divert down side issues.