The Old Testament is Mainly Fiction, not Fact," is now available online. (Of course, Mr. Barker was in the affirmative and I was in the negative.) Mr. Barker and his organization are very well-known, and I trust that God will use the debate to lead many atheists, agnostics, and others to reconsider whether they ought to continue to rebel against God and His Word. The debate was held at the University of Wisconsin at Whitewater, where my church has a campus ministry. The debate was sponsored by our campus group, the campus Philosophy Club, and the campus Secular Student Alliance.
I will, Lord willing, be debating Mr. Barker again in the relatively near future. Prayer (and even fasting) for that event is definitely appreciated. I believe that the prayers of God's people were answered in the last debate and that it went very well. Lord willing, I will be publishing a review of the debate, as in a format where both parties have equal time it is simply not possible to deal thoroughly with every argument made by the other side.
If your church regularly deals with atheists or other skeptics of Scripture, I would encourage you to consider using the work The Book of Daniel: Proof that the Bible is the Word of God in your evangelistic and apologetic endeavors. I used some of the material in this book extensively in the Barker-Ross debate. You might also consider encouraging skeptics to watch the debate itself, along with the review of it (once that becomes available, Lord willing). Finally, if you have a university in your area, I would encourage you to consider starting a campus ministry. Surveys of evangelicals indicate that only c. 2% of Christians are converted after their 30th birthday in the USA, while 34% are converted between the age of 15 and 29. While it is certainly true that the large majority of evangelical congregations do very little to get the gospel out to every person in their area, and so such statistics are not necessarily true for Biblical, separatist Baptist churches, it is still very highly probable that people in college or in high school are not yet as hardened as people who have passed that point in life without receiving Christ.
In addition to making the Dan Barker - Thomas Ross debate, "The Old Testament is Mainly Fiction, Not Fact" available on my website and on Youtube, I have also embedded the debate below for your viewing edification.