Click the above to watch their discussion on YouTube. I didn’t watch the whole thing, having just gotten back from Israel late last night, but I listened to snippets. On the whole, the parts I listened to seemed to provide a good overview of the scholarly consensus view as well as of the mythicist viewpoint.
I appreciated Carrier’s acknowledgment that the argument from silence (especially when coupled with dubious claims such as that “Pontius Pilate was a meticulous record-keeper”) don’t work because of the nature of the evidence.
Carrier’s statement right at the end, that Agapius’ version of the Testimonium Flavianum has been demonstrated to derive via the Syriac from the altered version of the passage, certainly does not seem to me to reflect the consensus on the issue at all.