Are you serious?
You need to understand what you are talking about before you make such nonsensical conclusions.
When man says that "God is the first cause", he is really deifying the first cause.
On one level, it is not even necessary to contemplate whether the first cause was truly a "god" as such; because the first cause demonstrated godly power by "inspiring" the emergence of the entire universe, hence the first cause is respected as a god would be.
Man is justified in deifying the first cause, regarding it as having "Godlike" potentials; for while the first cause is the first cause, it is responsible for all we have here now.
So what is it that you have a problem with: the idea that man deifies the first cause?
No I have a problem with silly people who use names like
God Himself , who come in the forum trying to equate theistic reasoning to scientific determinations.
They don't mix never have, never will.