“The Christian-Jewish God is the incomparable Wholly Other and One [(der unvergleichbare völlig Andere und Eine)]; but a god in Greco-Roman antiquity is only one among innumerable others, the number of which is constantly on the make [(sich ständig vermehrt)]. The men of Greco-Roman antiquity for whom Josephus writes see themselves at one end of a continuum at the other end of which are to be found the gods. The way from one end to the other is [both] traversable and [in fact] traversed. Differences between [the] gods and men are sometimes so slight that one does not in a [given] encounter know whether it is with a god or a man that one has to do.”
Ulrich Victor, "Das Testimonium Flavianum: ein authentischer Text des Josephus," Novum testamentum 52 (2010): 73 (72-82).