Is god real?
Omnipotence and suffering. Most arguments for a monotheistic faith assert that god is all knowing and all powerful and cares for his ‘children’. However, this is logical fallacious as we do suffer in our lives and if god is not omnipotent and omniscient this should not be the case.
Fine tuning. The premise of the fine-tuned Universe assertion is that a small change in several of the dimensionless physical constants would make the Universe radically different. This has often been the argument for our reality being intelligently designed.
God of the gaps. In essence all the arguments for the existence of a creator are backed up by gaps in our knowledge of our universe and the processes within it. When science and reason cannot answer something apologists have always inserted their god in their as if it were a default position.
Big bang and evolution. All religions and their arguments for the existence of a supreme being contain positions on the origin of the universe and the origin of the different forms of life. Scientific research in regards to the big bang and evolution through natural selection have shown these positions to be false eliminating certain arguments for certain types of gods.
Cosmological argument. Facts, with respect to our universe and the processes within it, concerning causation, change, contingency and motion point towards the existence of a unique being creating our cosmos. In essence, an intelligent being is the cause of our universe.