I only made one listen-through as well, and may have missed that I guess. But I don’t recall Andy saying that … or if he did say something like it, I think you mistake his attitude. I’ve listened to a few of his sermons online and he doesn’t at all strike me as one who gravitates towards any “us and them” attitude, much less using that as a vehicle of condescension. So I think you really mistake him in that.
What I will say that bothered me about Andy’s side was not so much what he said but how interruptive he was toward Durbin, often not letting him finish his thoughts (until the moderator restrained him). So I did find that exasperating. But we shouldn’t hold that against the substance of what he presented.
That he did. And they were both right about what they were saying - though talking past each other a bit. Yes, the Jewish “law and prophets” would have still been there to be sure, but there would be no Christian church attending to any of that today were it not for the life of Christ, and the life of Christ would almost certainly be just one of the unknown and forgotten martyrs of the far past had they not had the resurrection to turn them around. So in that sense, Andy is right: we have no 66 book “Christian Bible” today without the resurrection event.