So you define "god" as an anthropomorphic supernatural being ?<quoted text>
I generally refer to "a god" or to "your god." I seldom use the word in the capitalized form, which is generally in reference to a particular named god. When I do, it is generally an attempt to clarify what another poster means by "God" as in the phrase, "If by 'God' you mean Jehovah-Jesus ... " : http://snipurl.com/26lg00b
The minimum requirement for a god as most monotheists mean it, and therefore, as most of the rest of us understand the word when we hear it, is a sentient, potent, volitional creator of the universe.
In Christianity, the god has additional attributes, such as ruler of the universe, judge of man, source of moral law, author of a bible, monarch in heaven, immortal, extratemporal, perfect, and ubiquitous. This appears to be what most people mean by "God."
Christianity has obfuscated their deities by calling only the 'Father Deity' a "God" and never use "god" for any of the other deities. In this way the image of monotheism remains a blamket to throw over the rest of the pantheon.
It is much like naming your German Shepard "dog" and refusing to acknowledge that a poodle is a dog.