You know what’s funny? The final answer to whether or not a god or gods, any kind of supernatural being “really” exists will not come from theology. Gods can’t be argued into being no matter how clever or cynical the apologist.
Either there is some supernatural being somewhere or there isn’t. The only way we’ll ever be justified in believing that something like that exists is through some kind of independently verifiable empirical evidence of the being(s) itself, or of it’s actions. Talk of revelation, and tradition, and sacred texts, and a desire for some pie in the sky objective morality, and faith that can move mountains, and everything else religious, won’t get us one step nearer to knowing whether there is a god or not.