Paul Draper's edited E-Book God or Blind Nature? Philosophers Debate the Evidence continues to deliver with substantial updates. The core arguments are probably familiar to most Prosblogion readers, but they provide a nice introduction to the newly initiated.
Section three, Science and the Cosmos, offers contributions from Quentin Smith, Robin Collins, and Draper himself. Collins paper opens on in a curious fashion.
Theoretical physicist Paul Davies writes that, when looking at the overall structure of the universe, "the impression of design is overwhelming" (1988, p. 203). I agree. And the famous atheist philosopher, Antony Flew, has also come to agree, citing the appearance of cosmic design as the main reason for his conversion to belief in some sort of intelligent designer.
I'm always wary of making appeals of this kind, but if the New York Times is to be believed, on might worry about marshaling Flew's reported conversion in support of your argument.
Section four, Faith and Uncertainty, features an exchange between John Schellenberg and Jeffrey Jordan. Jordan in replying to Schellenberg makes one point the bears repeating.
"John Schellenberg has presented an argument noteworthy in several respects. One interesting respect is that his "divine hiddenness" argument is a philosophically interesting innovation in a debate that has raged for millennia. Innovation in philosophy, especially an interesting innovation, is not an easy task, but Professor Schellenberg has accomplished it."
There is still time for you to weigh in on the debate with your questions for the various contributors.