To clarify, Eusebius is credible, however "as a political propagandist, a good courtier, the shrewd and worldly adviser of the Emperor Constantine, the great publicist of the first Christian emperor, the first in a long succession of ecclesiastical politicians, the herald of Byzantinism, a political theologian, a political metaphysician, and a caesaropapist." (Michael J. Hollerich, Religion and Politics in the Writings of Eusebius: Reassessing the First "Court Theologian"; see also Everett Fergusson, The Problem of Eusebius)--That is, Eusebius' is notoriously unreliable, as history is written by the victors, and the first to publish is not always the best.clearly you do not know what you are talking about.
As Christianity is a Judeo-Christian religion founded upon Torah as given by God to Moses and the children of Israel, any deviation in between the two is concerning. As the Lord said, "For had ye believed Moses, ye would have believed me; for he wrote of me. But if ye believe not his writings, how shall ye believe my words?" (Jn 5:46-47)
Gohei Hata: "The history of Christianity in the western world seems to have been a history of the abuse and misuse of the Bible. Likewise, the reception history of Josephus in the western world seems to have been a history of the abuse and misuse of Josephus. This is at least true of Eusebius of the fourth century. In his Ecclesiastical History, Eusebius abused and misused Josephus to express his anti-Jewish message, which seems to have paved a way for Christian anti-Judaism in subsequent generations." (Gohei Hata, The Abuse and Misuse of Josephus in Eusebius' Ecclesiastical History, Books 2 and 3; see also Eusebius, Christianity, and Judaism)