The hurdle I can't leap over is the fact that if there was an almighty wonderful superbeing out there who wanted us to know all about him/her/it, we would know all about him. Simple. It would not matter where you lived, or during what time period, or what language you spoke, or how intelligent you were, or how many books you owned, or how well you could chop logic, or whether or not you had parents who had the correct religious view.
Everyone, everywhere, from birth, would be able to access the knowledge of this being, because that is what this being would make happen.
There would not be other competing made-up gods with just as much reason to think they exist as the real one. There would not be thousands of different religions with millions of adherents who all think their sun god, war god, volcano god, monkey god, feathered serpent god, or many-armed woman on a lion god was just as plausible as the real one.
I have asked Christians how a group of people all alone, isolated on a deserted island or in the forest or in a mountain village who had never heard of Christianity would come to know about their god or Jesus. I have yet to get an answer other than a person has to physically come there and tell them about their god, or a bible has to wash up the beach, or drop from an airplane, etc. That goes to show that god himself is not going to tell anyone anything. There is no way in hell that dennis, dropped on that island with no prior knowledge about the bible or Jesus, would be able to logic himself to the mental place he is in now. He could not get there.
Because every single person on earth who has any Christian god-knowledge--including dennis-- got it from some other human being who got it from some other human being and so on. If you go back far enough, there will be someone who first thought up the idea of Christianity--maybe it was Paul, or whoever. But nowadays, nobody gets to know about Christianity just by god showing up and saying howdy. Why is that, Christian folks?
There should not be any need for all this logical wordplay. Words cannot create real gods out of nothing. Nobody should have to argue someone into believing in a particular god. The superbeing should not be sitting there waiting for each human to figure out, logically, whether or not he was there. He would just be there. Obviously. Clearly. Unambiguously.
Since he ain't actually there, all theists have is talk.