And thanks to everyone for your responses.
I completely agree with you Sasun. As Arpa mentioned as well, the familiar concept of God is a private and variable one, and really depends on one's perception of their existence. What man prays to and relates with is a primitive intuition that remindes the individual of the oneness of life, and of this Universe, for that matter. It is this very personal God that humanity regards as the Greater power; the one above. The God in the Sky and the Creator God (whose probable existence or involvement with this certain realm is of obvious uncertainty and inaccessibility) are polar opposites: One is our creation and one is possibley responsible for Creation.
Quebecer, is Physics your education? I have read some of your previous posts and have found them quite fascinating. Could you please summerize your stance point and elaborate on the idea of multiverses. Also, what is this "quantum computer"?