I agree with the heretics. The god they so despise does not exist—

—a god who peers in through the clouds at a world he sometime made, and plays with it from his heavens as a child plays in the sand . . .

Such a god is no more than another of Man’s toys. A man has a house, he has a car, a job, a wife and children. So he must also have a god. And he creates one in his image.

G‑d is not a construct of the human mind. G‑d is the reality in which we stand.