But that is false because words mean things. As soon as you say "spaghetti", you are implying something material.
As soon as you say "God", you are implying something immaterial.
Incorrect. Your version of "God." However, in the bible, God is a physical being. He sits upon his throne that sits upon the solid dome
that makes up the sky. He looks down upon us and we appear the size of grasshoppers to him. When they started building the Tower of Babel God became frightened that man would invade heaven and kill him, so he confounded the languages.
The whole "immaterial" concept is the exact same as this:
The Greek Gods are real and they have thier godcity on the very top of Mt Olympus. One day, some daring adventurer actually climbs Mt Olympus to visit the gods and finds that it is a typical mountain peak devoid of any godcity. So an apologetic explains that he didn't visit the "real" Mt Olympus, the godcity is in another dimension where we normal humans cannot see it. Just as what happened to the Greek gods, has happened to your god. One day, everyone on this planet will think the same thing about your god, as you and everyone thinks about the Greek gods... pure Mythology.
Hopefully sooner rather than later.
Addendum: An All-Powerful, All-Knowing, All-Loving God... Afraid of us puny limited humans killing him. Yet, we can build stuff today that dwarfs the mud and brick tower Nimrod and his ilk tried to build. Not only is God unable to confound the languages any more... we have the Rosetta Stone, people that are Bi/Multi-lingual, (on/offline) translators. Guess God has reason to be afraid of us, we beat him at every turn.
Remember the parable:
The farmer must let the weeds and crops grow together because if he removes the weeds, he will harm the crops, so he waits and upon harvest he gathers the weeds and burns them. Guess what humans can do that God the All-Powerful cannot? Hint: Has to do with removal of weeds without killing/harming crops.