That's strange. I thought that Majesty (by his own promotion) was supposed to be some kind of colossus. Crushing the puny heathens with his shattering blows.
I don't have to 'learn the arguments' to be capable of having a debate. Yes, it's important to know what other people have thought, but I have my own ideas. Why would I depend on the arguments of other people for how I express myself? It's like asking for the canvas to be printed with lines and numbers for colors to be added.
* In general, what category of thing/entity/being/... is a god?
1. This is not specific to a specific deity or set of deities, but to the superset of all deities.
2. Many people argue that a god is not a thing, an entity, or even a being. Pick one or some other type of ... whatever ... and hang a general description of the deity or deities being discussed on that.
* Specifically, in what way(s) does the category of the deity/deities being discussed differ from the general category?
* Specifically, in what way(s) does the deity/deities being discussed exist?
1. A rock exists as a largely stable block of matter that can usually be broken into pieces in a rock crusher. A house cat exists as a mammal, a living thing, a thing with behaviors and preferences, eats food, can usually hunt, is capable in the right conditions of making more cats, and as material that can like the rock be broken into pieces in a rock crusher. A rock, though, can not exist in many of the ways a cat can. Along those lines, in what ways does the deity/deities being discussed exist? Be specific. Be detailed.