Whoa WhoodaThunk, I'm sorry if I came off as being flippant. My writing style has been this way for a while and though I don't mean to sound arrogant and disrespectful, I really do mean well. I suppose other's knowledge of this problem was one of the things that I sacrificed by being away from the forums for so long.
I really do apologize, but please understand how difficult it is to maintain a civil tone while having a discussion about religion, especially when both sides continually misunderstand each other.
Now I'm going to rebut your points and sound like a total ass all over again.
1) Again, the problem of two points of view. You think that your god is loved and accepted while I believe that he was created and imposed upon yourself by you. My main evidence is that most religions see their gods in a different light, and furthermore, within those religions, entire sects or even individuals claim that their own personal view is the only way that god is. How, then, can it be possible for god to contain so many conflicting attributes? Unfortunately, having asked this question before, I know that I will quickly be shot down because most theists believe that god is indeed capable of such feats and that his ways will never be understood.
2) Yes, my limitations are self-imposed, and for what I think are good reasons.
3) I always get confused about each religion's unique view on god's path versus free will. Sorry, but I was mistaken about what religion you held.
4) Indeed, I have asked and have listened. I hope that satisfies you.
5) I'm not sure what word I should place in that blank, but I can answer the second question. I do not insist that I'm being imposed upon because I don't believe in a god. Not only that, whatever form your god takes or whoever approves of it has nothing to do with the fact that that god is self-imposed.
I would like to discuss this "self-imposed god" idea further. The word "imposed" is not necessarily a bad thing (which is why I think you shied away from it at first). For instance, the clothes I wear each day are "self-imposed", my job is "self-imposed", and what I do at the end of my day is "self-imposed". I choose each, just as I chose not to accept any god. You have the ability to reject your god, therefore, you must be choosing to embrace it, whether this is a conscious choice or not.