Festus reports on his efforts to deal with the imprisoned apostle Paul:
His accusers stood around him, but did not charge him with any of the crimes I suspected. Instead they had some issues with him about their own religion and about a certain Jesus who had died, but who Paul claimed was alive. (Acts 25:18-19)
What more needs to be said? Back in studies, I often used the second verse on teacher evaluations. I.e., "Professor N. had some issues with us about his own religion and about a certain Jesus who had died, but who professor N. claimed was alive."