God is not bound to human form nor is God bound to any of the laws of physics or reality that are recognized by modern day science(Proverbs 15:3) This means that God can and does appear in a multitude of forms and situations. We must be careful not to put God into human restraints: God is not subject to the same terms that we judge our fellow men and women(Job 11:7-9). In this way God is all around us, even inside our hearts. God knows us like we know ourselves because we all have a little piece of God in ourselves, this furthers the fact that no one can be without God. Even people who are commonly considered immoral or evil have God in them or around them; just because one does not believe in God does not mean God is not present so even murderers and stone cold criminals have God in their life.
Argumentation, on the other hand, requires a firm stand on the affirmative or negative side of an issue backed by specific grounds. The goal is not to win over your audience, but to win the argument. You must support your own case with solid reasoning and dispute the claims of the opposing side with equally solid reasoning. Argumentation carried on between two parties is called a debate. Debates are sparked by any issue that seems to polarize us (divide us into definite pro/con viewpoints). These types of issues include welfare reform, abortion, environmental protection, and affirmative action.