The Universe/Multiverse is like a Fractal and we currently only comprehend it from our position within the Mandelbrot set, so we basically only know what we currently know, but god encompasses all that we do not yet know also. Not the "god in the gaps" cop-out, just an open-ended equation that means we will never stop expanding and evolving.
Yes, we are created in the image of the Creator, but that Creator is US.
We are Created to be Creators.
We are the creators of our own lives, as much as we are the Destroyers of the same. The "image" of god is our Imagination which is the pure source energy of our ability to Create.
All things spring from our imagination. This is why god is Imaginary. Imagination is Creation.
Everyone does it all the Time, even when you are blind, deaf, colorblind, in a sensory deprivation chamber, on drugs, drowning, etc. We mentally focus, energy becomes matter. Everything else is just background or white noise, the "Hum of the Universe", potential. Then it becomes real (to us) because we call it forth in our mind.
Sure people hear you say that and it sounds like magic or wishes, fairytales and unicorns. But Science has already demonstrated how we use our body's various receptors, skin, eyes, ears, etc. to register input which are in the form of energy waves (light, sound, etc.) which processes to our brains and is interpreted. All reality happens in our minds. Always has, always will. If your "meat puppet" body, which is not you, malfunctions, things can cut off certain receptors, and thus reality changes for you to accommodate your new perception status. If you die, meaning your "meat puppet" body becomes severed from your use in perceiving this Reality anymore, then you move on into the higher realms and your journey here is over and this Reality ceases to be of primary focus.
"Nothing really matters until it matters to us, and once it matters then it becomes matter." - Pholus
I embraced the idea that I had creative power, and realized I was putting this in action all the time, daily, minute-by-minute, deciding what and how I would act and react, I realized there was nothing to fear, and there was no reason to view myself as a victim of life in need of a Savior, but rather as the master of my own reality and able to face all things, no matter how difficult it might seem by my own power.
I don't need to worship or pray to some God as though I was a mere servant, but I see myself as part of everything, and I am excited. And even death has lost its power. Death, to me, is simply a transition from this point on the fractal, to the next.
These boundary invasions are even more obscene when they seek to enforce their religious morals on people who want nothing to do with their religion.