Check out here a debate on the relationship between science and religion between the following participants:
Christian debater (1): William Lane Craig
Christian debater (2): Alvin C. Plantinga
Atheist debater (1): Richard M. Gale
Atheist debater (2): Quentin P. Smith
The arguments they bring up aren’t groundbreaking, but it was at least entertaining to see Craig and Plantinga team up in a debate. I will note that Smith’s argument that (1) there is no “first moment” of the universe and therefore (2) there is no cause to the universe’s beginning seems to me self-refuting, since you could apply the same argument to evolution: (1) there is no “first moment” of one species beginning to evolve to the next, and therefore (2) no species ever changes from one to the other. Craig makes the same point about motion, and although neither of them mention it, Smith’s argument is really just one of Zeno’s paradoxes and I fail to see how he seriously intends that to be a legitimate argument a first cause of the universe.