I'll admit that I'm atheistic in my approaches to religion and its God/gods, but that first video that Tru posted does not make a convincing argument. It's riddled with logical fallacies.
One of the most notable is the instance of a god so powerful that it could kill itself. The reasoning structure falls in line with the old paradox: Can a god create a rock so big that it cannot lift it? If you are familiar with the outcomes then you can see that the question leans to closely to falsifying the outcome. Either the god can create a rock that is too big for it to lift, and therefore the god is no longer omnipotent; or the god cannot create a rock that it cannot lift, and therefore the god is not omnipotent. The two statements are paradoxical and inconclusive. The statement in the video is a fallacy in that its premise negates the conclusion. Logically the argument fails to support a coherent rational outcome and should not be used as a reasoning tool.
A better argument to consider is whether a person's loving god could possibly create/allow evil in the world.
Or why couldn't god update the ten commandments to include: embezzlement, rape, pedophilia, fraud, or arson?