Helen De Cruz, a philosopher of religion, has conducted a survey of over 800 fellow philosophers, to see how well they rate various arguments for theism and atheism. The following charts show the average scores from each group.
Overall, the results show each side thinks most of their arguments are strong, while the other sides arguments are weak.
There is one exception to this: the problem of evil. Both sides agree that the problem of evil is a somewhat strong argument for atheism.
This is surprising because many non-philosophers often act as though it’s an non-issue or easy to solve.