Barker-Ross Debate: “The Old Testament is Mainly Fiction, Not Fact” & “Prophecy and Archaeology Validate the Bible as the Word of God”

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Barker-Ross Debate: “The Old Testament is Mainly Fiction, Not Fact” & “Prophecy and Archaeology Validate the Bible as the Word of God” 2017-11-29T01:30:35+00:00

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The Barker-Ross Debate #1: “The Old Testament is Mainly Fiction, Not Fact”

Date: November 17, 2015, at the University of Wisconsin at Whitewater in Whitewater, Wisconsin, USA.

Affirm:  Dan Barker, President of the Freedom from Religion Foundation

Deny:  Thomas Ross, Mukwonago Baptist Bible Institute

The Barker-Ross Debate #2: “Prophecy and Archaeology Validate the Bible as the Word of God”

Date: November 10, 2016, at the University of Wisconsin at Whitewater in Whitewater, Wisconsin, USA.

The Debates were Sponsored by: University of Wisconsin Campus Groups: Whitewater Philosophy Club, Set Free, & the Secular Student Alliance

A Written Review and Analysis of the Dan Barker-Thomas Ross debates

A Video Review and Analysis of the Dan Barker-Thomas Ross debates

The composition that was being given away at the debates concerning the book of Daniel as evidence for the Bible as the Word of God, to which Mr. Ross made regular reference in his presentations, is available online for free download here: The Book of Daniel:  Proof that the Bible is the Word of God.  Archaeological and Historical Evidence the Old Testament is the Word of God can be studied here.

A copy of the specific debate topic and rules, signed by all parties, is here.

Learn more about Dan Barker and the FFRF on the Freedom From Religion Foundation website.

Learn more about Thomas Ross here: http://faithsaves.net/thomas-ross/

Learn more about why Set Free believes the Bible is true, and watch a previous debate where Dan Barker debates Dr. James White over the question: “Was Jesus a Myth?” by clicking here.

Learn about the key message that is true if the Bible is true, and false if the Bible is false: http://faithsaves.net/salvation/

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