There is an entry on the Outsiders Test at Iron Chariots. Here's the dilemma it presents for believers:
On the one hand, believers who object to the OTF look like a person who argues in a court room that he does not want a fair impartial judgment, but rather a biased one from a biased judge who operates on double standards.
On the other hand, believers who accept the rationale for the OTF have a great amount of difficulty in arguing that the raw uninterpreted historical data without any culturally adopted Bayesian "priors" leads the historian to the conclusion that Jesus bodily arose from the dead.
I disagree that believers are not interested in fair impartial judgment. Impartiality is part of God's character. I'd like to see proof that unbelievers who think that the Christianity fails Loftus' OTF test are not biased or operating double standards. How can they admit that science is influenced by the biases and thoughts of scientist and yet claim that they are fairly evaluating evidence. Most definitely problematic.
Debunking Christianity: Quote of the Day on the Outsider Test for Faith (OTF)