For them who believe He is the mighty one who give you all the best the world could ever offer.
For them who don't believe it, He only just a product of a humanity culture, so He only a symbol, nothing more.
I don't mean that in a rude way but in all seriousness. You can't assume that the 'God' you ask about will be the 'God' I think of.
Do you mean 'God' as perceived in the Christian faith or most of the Christian faiths?
The question you ask has all kinds of assumptions in it that I don't think you are aware of.
As for Christian God, ugh, I'm still considering the proposition. I haven't made up my mind.
I know I don't believe in religion.
God I'm not as sure about.
And no, they aren't the same thing.
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