So, B2 said "God did heal an amputee", a straightforward statement missing a very important thing, evidence, as in, "which amputee did God heal?" After a short bit about Odin and ice giants, we find out that the amputee that God supposedly healed is a Roman soldier who's ear was cut off by one of the disciples. Nothing that can be proven or demonstrated to modern skeptics in other words. When pressed, he points to the recent discovery of a five-portico porch in the Temple ruins of Jerusalem (and other, unnamed things) to prove that it is a historical document and thus that the tale of the soldier being healed is true. Then there's some unsupported nonsense about evolution being a myth or a religion, which is a common mistake.
B2, if I were to write a fictional story about New York City, I would naturally want to use things that actually exist in New York City in order to make a better story. But the fact that those things are in my story doesn't prove my story to be true. That is the argument you are making, that because things like this five-portico porch (which we only have your word on, evidence please) have been found, everything else in the Bible from that time frame is true. Doesn't fly.
Also, kindly show us how evolution is either a myth or a religion.