Section One: Arguments in Support of God's Existence
Chapter One: The Relationship Between Faith and Reason (five pages)
Chapter Two: The Cosmological Argument (ten pages)
Chapter Three: The Teleological Argument (ten pages)
Chapter Four: The Conceptualist Argument (five pages)
Chapter Five: The Ontological Argument (five pages)
Chapter Six: The Argument from Desire (five pages)
Section Two: Answering Atheism
Chapter Seven: Miscellaneous Arguments (five pages)
Chapter Eight: The Argument from Divine Hiddenness (five pages)
Chapter Nine: The Argument from Suffering (ten pages)
Section Three: Conclusion
Chapter Ten: A Cumulative Case for God's Existence (five pages)
Total pages: sixty-five
As I've said before, this is just an introductory text, which is why the chapters are so concise. With that being said, I feel I'm doing an adequate job presenting the arguments and defending them from the most common objections.
As of today, chapters two, three and four are complete. In the next two days, I'll be tackling the ontological argument and the argument from desire. Afterwards, I'll jump back to chapter one before critiquing the atheistic arguments. My hope is to write one chapter every day. Proof-reading and some polishing of the arguments will follow, but I hope to get this published relatively soon.