The crazier the higher powers become, the crazier the statements about them--whatever they are--get to be. Light bulbs are. . . chests of drawers are. . . Gertrude is. . . Ralph is. . . A table is. . . A door knob is. . . A radiator is. . . The back end of a city bus is. . . There are now dozens and dozens of these absurd names for "a" god--what kind of god that is could well lie in the realm of science, but not reason.
How about starting with Clarence Snyder's pamphlet, "My Higher Power: The Light Bulb"
And then see if anyone is on his knees praying to a chest of drawers, a radiator, or a light bulb. Or see if anyone really thinks that a chest of drawers or a light bulb or a Gertrude is really a "power greater than ourselves." Or see if anyone is going to church these days to worship a chair, the Big Dipper, or a Coke bottle.
See Dick B., God and Alcoholism www.dickb.com/titles.shtml.