I don't think political activists are praying to the same 'God' that Fox News listeners are, that ISIS is praying to that Jews in Israel are praying to that Italian Catholic Mafia members are praying to that the 'White Identity Movement' is praying to that someone in Japan is praying to that a gay couple is praying to.
I could go on and on.
Everyone has their own interest, and as such seems to invent a god that suits their interest and purpose.
If there's only one God with one Love and one Spirit, than why do those who believe in 'said' God all hate each other, makes no sense
A white god, a black god, a Asian god, a Jewish god, a African god and European god, Indian gods, Islamic god, a gay god a female god, a male god, a god of the animal kingdom, a criminal god, a god rappers refer to and so on and so on...
No one seems to be on the same page when it comes to who are what God really is outside of own cultural or gender or ethnic or national interests.
No one really 'follows' a static God anymore, more like people simply fashion a god after their own interest and personalities.
Whites and blacks hating on each other, yet on Sunday in church worshipping what?
Obviously not worshipping the same deity, otherwise there's be understanding between the two.
Why would a god be interesting in segregation 60 years ago, yet not today?
If God is never wrong, than why societies evolve and change, yet swear up and down at time were reflecting Gods will.
'If societies never change than why do societies evolve and grow?'
How could a 'white' racist who calls blacks the 'n' word while at home in private, be worshipping the same God that black person they call the 'n' word to?
That just makes no sense.
The more you observe mans behavior, the more you realize there really is no one God all people worship.
There really is no unifying spirit beyond 'flesh'.
I'm not saying there isn't a God or creator (for I believe there is) my point is simply most don't know or don't want to know who are what it is, cause that might actually requiring changing ways, hearts, and feelings about others.
So it's easier for most to just invent a God after their own bias image.