The problem of identifying God falls squarely on the theists. If anyone gets confused by what one actually means when using the word God, it is up to them to explain which version they are referring to. Why should I have to try to avoid confusion? I did not create this confusion, theists did. There are as many interpretations of god as there are people. And there are as many gods as their are scriptures. I have 6 versions of the bible and each is different in important conceptual areas. 6 bibles, 6 different messages.
It is their language which is confounded and clouded by “subjective” interpretations of what god actually is. Why should I be required to accommodate their confusion, lest they be offended?.
I have my own paradigm of a metaphysical condition which was present before creation and all I need to do is to refer to any and all dictionaries, encyclopedias, physics and other sciences to find the various definitions where the concept is applied. I need not explain the meaning of the word. In ALL cases it means “that which may become reality” as a fundamental premise and function, which remains consistent in all possible applications of the abstract concept contained in the word Potential.
Until Theism (all theists) can agree on a single clear meaning of the concept and properties of God, they cannot intelligently argue anything about what it should mean to me.