You tout his scholarship, and link to the man, as if as if that bestows some sort of validity, even going as far to classify him as a legitimate scholar, and went so far as to say that - "you aren't even worthy to carry his briefcase" - or something to that effect.<quoted text> We went over that here.
As far as i know you did not respond to that post.
All of Ehrman's books presupposes Jesus exists. He leans towards atheism so naturally heis going to deny resurrection or Deity claims since he does not believe in Deities.
So what I'm understanding, is that his views are valid as long as you find benefit in the view, if not, it's then that you discard his scholarship.