|The transmogrification of god from Heliopolis creation myth (3100BC) sun model of god, to intelligent design (1987) model of god, to Gibbs energy (2013) view of god (see: God vs Gibbs) and or physicochemical atheism.|
“God is dead; Marx is dead; and I don’t feel too well myself.”— Michel Le Bris (1976), part of book or essay he was working on (Ѻ) 
|A timeline of the evolution of god: from the Ra sun god precursors, of Egyptian times, to the Ab-Ra-ham-ic (Christianity, Islam) + B-Ra-hmaic (Hinduism) reformulation versions of modern times.|
See main: Religio-mythology transcription and syncretismSeventy-two percent of all modern Gods are syncretisms Egyptian gods, with the addition of a few Mesopotamian deities. The basic outline of the modern "God" (Christian/Muslim) is as follows:
See main: Entropological proofAnother religious thermodynamic postulate is that God created the low-entropy singularity or grandly-unified mass of energy that initiated the universe at the act of the Big Bang.  This conception derives from what has been called the “entropological proof” for the existence of god.  This proof reasons, according to English statistical thermodynamicist Peter Landsberg, that: 
(a) the universe is an isolated system.
(b) that, by experimental definition, isolated systems reach internal thermal equilibrium given time, after which fluctuations about this equilibrium state can take place.
(c) the universe is presently in a far-from-equilibrium state.
(d) if the universe is in a far-from-equilibrium state, it must have had a finite age and hence a beginning.
(e) this beginning must be a state of minimum entropy at which the cosmos was born.
(f) this original state was brought about by God, who also created the initial values of parameters such as initial internal energy, matter, entropy, etc., such that the initial universe was wound up, i.e. “the spring was set”, and the universe is now running down to an eventual heat death.
|Caricatures of several noted modern Gods. |
“Something (or someone?) must have done some heavy lifting in the early days of the universe to create the gradients and differences that create and sustain the patterns we see around us … if it was not a creator god who did this, then how was it done?”
He concludes “the ultimate source of free energy (and therefore order) remains one of the great puzzles of modern cosmology, because, as far as we can tell, the early universe was remarkably homogeneous.” 
|A 2010 video "Evolution of Jesus Christ", a history of the 6,000-year-old theory of the life death morality theory of the sun and its modern form, Christianity or Jesus Christ, the son of God.|
“This obligation is the proof that these ways of acting and thinking are not the work of the individual but come from a moral power above him, that which the mystic calls ‘god’ but which can be more scientifically explained.”— Emile Durkheim (1898), “Individual and Collective Representations”; in Sociology et Philosophie (1924) (pgs. 32-35); cited by Jennifer Hecht (2003) in Doubt (pg. 411)