Could this be formed into one or more statements? Even better, it might be multiple challenges. It's a question of whether each of those things is a sufficient argument on their own. For example, maybe you could say, "The existence of God is the only way to explain the creation of the Universe." Would that be a sufficient argument on its own, or would other things, such as physics, order, etc., be required? If these are each strong enough on their own, then you could have five challenges, which would mean that they could be more easily discussed, and it would be more apparent that casting a doubt on one of them doesn't necessarily cast doubt on the others.
The statement above does not appear in any challenges, supports, or specifications of other statements.