Seeing as different people worship different Gods, and I have no reason to believe that any of the revealed Gods [that various believers describe] actually exist as described, and seeing as these Gods simply stand as a supernatural figure at the epicentre of an ideology, I think to refer to a person's "God figure" or people's "God figures" is the way to go.
The nature of the God figure that does not allow non-believers into "Heaven" after they die is, to my way of thinking, fundamentally different from the nature of a God figure that tortures non-believers in burning flames for eternity. There are two different God figures right there. Hindus, Muslims and Jews and others also have their own different God figures.
Coincidentally named after the famous band although you have to have 250 shows on tape to join. Actually that's not true. But after a year in this club you will have 250 shows, if you want them, and if haven't got them already.