If you have not already watched my debate last year with Dan Barker on the topic "The Old Testament is Mainly Fiction, Not Fact," you can watch the Barker-Ross debate on my website here or view "The Old Testament is Mainly Fiction, not Fact" debate here on Youtube. You can also view it here:
I now have a written review of the "The Old Testament is Mainly Fiction, not Fact" debate live on my website (click here). The nature of a debate is such that one can more quickly make allegations than the other party can refute them, and so there were numbers of (totally false) accusations Mr. Barker made against the Old Testament that are refuted in the written analysis. Indeed, the debate review constitutes a conclusive refutation of Old Testament mythicism, the position advocated by Dan Barker during the debate that the Old Testament was copied from a variety of pagan myths. Mr. Barker's either exclusive or almost exclusive source for this unscholarly fantasy, Dorothy Milne Murdock's Did Moses Exist? The Myth of the Israelite Lawgiver, is also extensively reviewed and conclusively refuted. I would commend the written analysis of the debate to you if you ever engage in discussions with the unconverted concerning the historicity of the Old Testament (I hope you evangelize enough so that this takes place), or if you simply wish to grow in your knowledge of the first 75% of God's holy and infallible Word.