God is the universe. It doesn't think or create life, it just exists and nothing more. So we can stop using the word God and just say universe. We are all in the same universe and we all just exist, but it is due to nothing comprehendable. Of course this disproves all religion, but science already disproves all classical religion anyway. What I believe in is that we exist in the universe and nothing more. Science is the only set of laws that should exist and should be followed.
We are all here in the universe. I wish it were more complicated, but it isn't. God is just a mistaken concept of the universe.
God, the omniscient, primordial and eternal who created man in his own image and therefore posseses a digestive system, sense organs, limbs and other attributes that would be useless to an immortal being. If God came first, what would he eat or walk upon? Why would he have those five senses if nothing to sense yet existed? And if he has 'always' been here, how long did he sit around doing nothing until he decided to invent the Universe? And why? And if he hadn't yet invented the universe, what exactly was he sitting on? Where is he going to exist if there is nothing to exist in? And what is wrong with the idea that we all just expire and disintegrate and rot?