Once more, the meaning of "natural born citizen" was determined in 1787 not whenever title 8 was written. Title 8 has no impact on what the CONSTITUTION means.
You can't change the meaning of words AFTER THE FACT.
If Ted Cruz wouldn't be a "natural born citizen" in 1787, then he isn't one today.
And in accordance with the Constitution, the very first Congress pass the very first rules of naturalization in the naturalization act of 1790 which state that a natural born citizen is a citizen of US Parents regardless of where the child was born. This was later clarified (by Congress) to require only one US citizen parent who has lived in the US for the required number of years.
The Constitution specifically grants in Article 1 section 8 the power to Congress to make the rules of naturalization. That includes who requires naturalization and who does not.
Now I have quoted and cited specific constitutional authority, acts passed by our founding fathers and the law of the land. I can further site SCOTUS rulings and other legal precedent. What do you have to offer, other than merely your opinion?