Philosophy arguments

“The idea is to pick a claim that interests you and which you are inclined to accept or to reject, and then to develop the strongest argument you can on the other side. That is, if you are inclined to accept the claim, then you will develop the strongest argument you can think of against the claim. And if you are inclined to reject it, then you will develop the strongest argument you can for the claim.”

I do not really mind which side you choose, whatever is easier for you but just make sure it is consistent. I will provide you three claims. The argument we are meant to develop for the claims should be one page double spaced EACH i.e., one double-spaced page argument for EACH claim. The three claims are listed below:

1) Evolution shows all design arguments to be unsuccessful.

2) Even if the universe has always existed, we need an explanation for why it exists.

3) All non-belief in God arises from resistance of God.