The god concept is real in any mind that can understand it.
All minds that can conceptualize can intellectually engage the god concept.
Belief in the existence of a “god"and other parts of the god concept in existence outside the mind is the point of difference between persons.
Religious persons fully engage the fantasy. Every prayer, song, reading, meditation, and law passed is, for the religious, a service to the god of the god concept.
The fantasy becomes a psychic, hypnotic, visceral state shared with others who also believe.
The fantasy takes over their life to a great degree.
Non religious do not pretend the parts of the god concept are or soon will be perceptually real.
The religious blindly, without perceptual evidence, accept a fantasy world to be fully created as if “real” outside the mind too.
A great episode of Star Trek Next Generation portrays this perfectly. It is called “The game”.
A video game attaches around the back of the head with little arms sticking in front of the eyes about 6”.
The little arms shine images into the retina and the player is immediately addicted to the game and getting better at it.
Only a young man and woman, both engineers, decide to check out the game before playing because the game makes everyone obsessed and weird. Even the captain is playing yet able to still command.
The entire ship hunts for the two young ones to force them but they have pretend games on their heads since the pressure to conform has become so strong.
The game is designed by a small group who want to take over the ship.
When the group arrives it is not to provide rewards for excellent play, but to take over.
The game is analogous to religion. Watch it, it might help you.
I don’t really get what you care about anyway? Why your questions about supernatural and the rest. What difference does any of this make to you?