First show me any proof that any god exists, then we can discuss all gods.
(see my post above) I don't think there is any proof that humans can comprehend or have the words to describe. Human science is worthless here. Can you not fathom a being greater than humans that may be millions of years beyond our knowledge? As a scientist you cannot rule out the possibility of something just because you cannot understand it, don't have words for it, and cannot measure it. The possibility still exists. It would be arrogant to think otherwise.
I don't claim to know or have proof of "something" we don't understand. I'm still looking for answers myself. My point was that if you look at sociology and some of the biology there are too many coincidences to just write off something we don't understand. Is the want of religion, or a higher being, genetic? Running from something is pretty universal - what about the compulsion to run towards something we cannot even see? Why were the same fundamental traits of the need of religion, or for example pyramid building, happening all over the world at nearly the same time? "something" happened - I know not what.
I don't think there is really any proof required - it's really academic. I don't know if "something" was here, or if it left? But one trait is obvious - a lot of people do believe - real or not - and that shapes socio/economic behaviors and a lot of bloodshed.