In a way, he started out in the same place as Bart Erhman: Fundamentalist Biblical literalists who absolutely believed that the Bible encompassed all truth, without error or contradiction. Both were too intellectually honest to just gloss over the errors and contradictions they found, but took different routes to solving them: Erhman, by seeking earlier and earlier writings to get back to the "real" Gospels; Tibbets, by digging deeper and deeper into the doctrinal roots of his faith until he found his (to use a phrase from ASPCA) "forever home." They sure ended up in different places. The picture of the Messianics he paints is curious: They are supposed to be Jews who believe Jesus was the Messiah, and they do all this "Jewish" stuff, yet, they don't talk to Rabbis or associate with real Jews?
I have read that Jews don't "do" proselytizing; they'll beat you away with a stick; you have to really, really, really want to join, but this guy really brought that to life. Anyway, yes, great video. Thanks!!