I think Swinburne is a good philosopher, but I'm not myself persuaded the case he builds for the existence of God. I have recently been reading Karen Armstrong, who points out that Aquinas and Augustine did not take human predicates such as 'omnipotent' and 'omniscient' to literally apply to God. From this perspective the conception of God as a kind of 'super-person' - all-powerful and all-knowing - adopted by analytic philosophers of religion is crude and unorthodox.
2. Can you explain why physicalism and illusionism about consciousness are so popular among philosophers?
3. Why do you think that physicalism is not enough for understanding the world?