I don't know about you, but I really grow tired of scholars who have very little understanding of epistemology constantly saying that people who appeal to the presuppositions in modern academia are apologists who just don't want to accept objective facts.
I find that most biblical scholars have very little, if any, education on the matter, so it just makes those of us who have actually studied epistemology roll our eyes at how utterly dumb scholars who make this argument sound to us.
If you want to question motives of someone bringing up what I would consider a philosophical fact, that's your prerogative; but the irony is that it doesn't answer the objection that all conclusions have been a priori determined to accept and to rule out certain things apart from the evidence that may or may not actually be speaking against, or in support of, one of those things accepted or ruled out, and is, instead, a type of apologetic argument itself, "apologetic" in the sense that these scholars are using it to mean a dogmatic defense that does not take the arguments into consideration but simply tries to defend a position.
For this reason, I really think that someone needs to make it a priority, perhaps a lifelong one, to make sure that all students in the fields of biblical studies are required to take both cognitive thinking skills in order to identify good and bad arguments (something I also see lacking in the field, although not to the same degree) and epistemology. I wish it was a requirement already, but alas, it is not. And that is what leads these students, who then become scholars in their fields, to be completely oblivious about the nature of scholarly investigation itself. This then leads them to be very capable of pointing out the "apologetics" of others, but unfortunately, completely duped into thinking that their methodology of inquiry is what is giving them their sure conclusions.
In any case, if you want to know more about it, great. Maybe you just need to learn some things and correct yourself from making these statements. But if you're going to continue to make these comments, and ironically be condescending by making them, since you are the one who is ignorant in the matter, then you're just going to get the roll of the eyes and no one who knows better is going to take you very seriously.