So, it is wrong to say that "The whole word is slapping the label God on that model." No, they are not. I'm sorry but they are. I agree with you, some difference exist between different gods. But they all have the same basic definition. The definition you find out when you look at god like a sentiment. Which in turn make him as real as Love, which in turn allows him to exist.
Gods are certainly as real as love, in the sense that they are both products of the human brain. But not all gods are caring and loving, as you claim yours is. Some specialize in tricking people and destroying things. So they cannot all be the same thing.
Take the god Shiva
, Hindu deity of death and destruction--same being as your god?
, god of hedonism, drinking and celebration-- same as your god?
Some people worship Satan
as a god-- is Satan the same as your god?
The gods that Moses said people should not worship, like Baal
--same as your god?
All the fertility goddesses like Esther
, that celebrate pregnancy and sexuality, whose devotees had wild orgies in the fields-- same as your god?
, goddess of the waters, and Babalu Aye
, god of disease and pestilence, both currently worshipped by millions of people in Brazil, Haiti and Cuba--same as your god?
I tried to believe that all gods were basically the same thing as I was transitioning from Christianity to new agey Buddhism. It should not matter what culture or language, god should still be the same, right?
Then I realized that the above was absurd. If people all over the world in all times were really tapping into some singular cosmic consciousness, why was it coming through in such radically different ways? And why was it that the gods that made perfect sense to people in one place and time were seen as completely ridiculous in a different context?
If it was that bad at communicating, it was not a very powerful being, and certainly did not deserve any of my attention, let alone worship.