We can have no other meaning for the word “God” but our ideas and definitions. We have no idea or concept of God but what we can imagine. Unlike most other thoughts we have where there is some object we are referencing, what is “knowledge” of God except perhaps that we’re aware there’s some other question we need to ask about reality, and that question goes by the name “God”?
If God is transcendent, then by implication, we have no basis for our ideas about God because our point of reference is reality, finitude, limitedness. If God is imminent, then God again by implication, is indistinguishable from that which manifests; the ordinary, the mundane, nature.
What is God in the minds of men but a projection of humanity and an extension of nature declared spectacular, supernatural but not in a transcendent sense; only in the sense that there is a grander “This, but only way better”, be that God’s “personality” or God’s “reality”.
What can our god-talk signify in that case but something God doesn’t at all transcend nor what God is imminent with?