*According to William Lane Craig, the life, death and especially the resurrection of Jesus is strong evidence for the existence of God.*Firstly not all scholars of ancient history and archaeology even agree that Jesus even existed. For example, YouTube the following: David Fitzgerald, Richard C. Carrier, and Robert M. Price. Even if Jesus did exist, he more likely as not was just an ordinary mortal with delusions of grandeur. Even if Jesus was born of a virgin and walked on water and healed the sick, etc. that in and of itself says nothing about the existence of God. For example, Buddha, Horus, Krishna and Zoroaster were also all born of a virgin!
*Further, the concept of a resurrection is not by any means restricted to Jesus. Resurrection, for example, was a common theme in Ancient Greek mythology. Hercules got resurrected by his daddy too! And in Ancient Egyptian mythology, Osiris was resurrected by Isis. Further, if you read the Gospels side-by-side instead on consecutively, you'll note that the various accounts of the resurrection of Jesus are inconsistent and contradictory with numerous discrepancies with respect to who (that differs) saw what; between what actually happened (that differs too) and when; and between when (timelines also differ) whatever happened actually happened. The personnel, events and timelines are not consistent.
*William Lane Craig was not personally present at the alleged resurrection of Jesus and so like everyone else has to rely on contradictory eye-witness accounts of the nature of someone who told someone who told someone, etc. from 2000 years ago, events which weren't actually written up until many decades after the fact. The upshot of that is that if one event in the Bible is contradicted by another event in the Bible, then anything and everything in the Bible is open to question and doubt.