Do you agree, or disagree, with this sentiment? (And why?):
The answer to the question Do you believe in God? comes down to this: It depends on what you mean by God. The God Harris [author and neuroscientist] doesn’t believe in is, as he puts it, a supernatural power and a personal deity who hears prayers and takes an interest in how people live. This God and its subscribers he finds unreasonable. But he understands that many people especially in progressive corners of organized religion and among the spiritual but not religious often mean something else. They equate God with love or justice or singing in church or that feeling I get on a walk in the woods, or even the awesome aspects of existence I’ll never understand.
(quote taken from this article)