It looks like this guy would find himself backed into a corner when the history of the term "Yahshua" is thrown in his face. Laughing
"Out of Egypt I have called my son." Matthew 2:15
Joshua - who is called "Iesous" or Jesus
in the Greek Old Testament/Septuagint - accompanies the Israelites in their Exodus out of Egypt and is considered by many to be the messiah/angel of the Lord. Even into the common era, there are Jews who believe that the OT Joshua was the messiah. Moreover, the writer(s) of the Koran appear to depict Jesus and Joshua as being the same person by invoking Mary as "the sister of Aaron," i.e., Miriam, sister of Moses, thereby evidently placing Jesus in the same period as Moses. (Q 19:27-28 ) Muslim scholars deny this comparison, of course, because it would make the Koran errant.
In any event, the Egyptian wind god is named "Shu," and he just happens to have many characteristics in common with Io-SHU-a, i.e., Jesus. Be sure to check out my exploration of the Shu Theology in Christ in Egypt
Why suffer from Egyptoparallelophobia, when you can read Christ in Egypt
? Try it - you'll like it: