Keep in mind that the shared goal of all of the parties involved is “so we can be found to be right (as defined by the Creator).” This is what arguing means in this context. It is not screaming endless accusations and dehumanizing those with whom one does not agree and cannot control. The etymology of our English word “argue” reminds us of the Creator’s first creative act -- from root *arg-"to shine, be white, bright, clear." [iv] The first thing the Creator chose to change was darkness and He changed it by speaking. The darkness was a state in which there was an absence of the Creator’s words. When He spoke “light” was created and that “light” signaled the creation of life and enlightenment. The ultimate outcome of this type of argument also brings the Creator’s light to the issues being addressed.
They love a bribe and seek gifts.
They do not help and give legal aid to the fatherless.
The legal case of the widow does not come to them.
“Alas, I will be eased of My adversaries, and take vengeance on My enemies.
Afterward the city shall be called a city of righteousness, the faithful city.