I'm sure the Beth Moore stuff was helpful even if I might nitpick at some of it.
If you want a very clear intelligent explanation of the evangelical/traditional Protestant view of the bible you won't find one any better than the following set of lectures by Dr. D.A. Carson who is a New Testament expert and played a strong role in the translation of the English Standard Version of the Bible. The series places a lot of emphasis on the themes and poetic nature of some of the bible, but Carson also makes clear what parts must be considered historical based on the nature of the literature.
The series intended for new Christians who are not familiar with the Bible and it takes them from genesis to revelation. It think if you understand how the story of Jesus fits into the broader story of the Bible it makes more sense.
The videos are up for free at http://thegospelcoalition.org/thegodwhoisthere/
As for your question, you can call yourself whatever you want, but you won't be considered orthodox by traditional Protestants, Catholics, or the Eastern Orthodox because you can't affirm apostle's creed.