God is generally accepted as being "simple", meaning no parts, or physical manifestation, or in time and space.
Generay accepted? By whom? Certainly not by evangelicals, who believe in the literal word of the bible, and number about 100 million in the USA. They believe God created us "in his own image". And that he had a son with a woman in ancient Israel. That's he, so yes, God has a penis. See, that's the problem with thinking your definition of God is "generally accepted". Whatever your definition is, you're wrong. What you're describing sounds more like Deism, which is not even a popular opinion, much less generally accepted.
If you insist on being the loudmouthed variety of atheist, please at least educate yourself on millenia old lines of thought. Discussing the topic of religion without knowing this stuff is like discussing physics without knowing about gravity.
Nice condescension, but whom in particular should we read to educate ourselves, since you know so much about it? If you're talking millennia, then you must mean Catholics, as they're the only Abrahamic religion which has been around that long. Shall we read Aquinas, who considered such questions as how many Angels can occupy the same space?