God is a feeling.
Everyone has a God vector; it points to different abstractions.
Am I God?
Are the people around me, God?
Is God up in the skies? Or in the Earth, and air, and trees, and all around and through me? Does a book describe God? Or is the writing in the book itself(along a continuum between a literal and figurative interpretation) a God?
Maybe the God feeling is our way of creating a conceptual abstraction of raw, primitive positive emotion, devoid of it’s primal triggers(food, love, safety, belonging, etc).
The net average God vector of a given culture, or an individual, along with its present state, determines its future.