NonStampCollector sums up what he takes to be the points which have been thoroughly resolved and should be non-issues in all debates between atheists and Christians going forward:embedded by Embedded Video
Controversially, you will note, he takes mostly atheist points to have been vindicated beyond the point of reasonable disagreement. Is he right? Does he wave away any legitimate objections? Are his brief statements of his reasons for rejecting some of them insufficient for you to see how a sound and compelling larger argument which developed them could be made and change your mind?