If so there is no God. Which is a conclusion many of us came to a long time ago.
For all of you who insist your imaginary friend is real, I'd like a few answers ...
Allegedly, we humans were created in God's image. OK, but why did God have a nose -- he or she or they didn't need to breathe air. Ditto for ears -- unless He or She or They had other Gods to talk to.
When you claim the universe always was, then you're saying there is no start or finish to time. Ditto for speed -- there is no limit to speed since speed is a product of distance traveled measured by time.
As for morality and ethics being a central element of "God's" philosophy, consider: All human infants are born with the instinct to gain approval from everyone around them. As they mature, this instinct also matures -- we gain the desire to contribute and show empathy to our group. In other words, our ability to sense what's right and what's wrong doesn't come from any God(s) or Bibles, but we are born with this ability or instinct as the central core of our individual survival -- because if we fail to nurture our groups desire to accept and like us, they will reject us -- and historically over the long haul -- that conclusion is tantamount to a death sentence. Not so long ago rejection by our group meant you got left outside the cave or were left on a floating ice flow.
It occurs to me that our desire to contribute is indeed a product of our ingrained survival instinct.
Its also a fact that all the Gods we've imagined, are portrayed exactly the same in every formalized religion. Whether the Torah, the King James Bible, the Koran, Budda's teachings etc. they all preach honesty, having compassion for all the unfortunate, self-discipline, living a virtuous life, and so forth.
The Holy Books also preach against murder, or harming others. So why is religion the most conflictive element in human culture -- name a war that wasn't based on "my imaginary friend is better than yours."
Prove me wrong ....