What is the speaking God of religious scripture?
He is a ghost voice that is generated/summoned by being unfolding, as it does, between the human body and (cultural) technology. A voice synthesized as a byproduct of the phallic conduit intensity transmission.
Technology-to-body: it overwhelms, moving beyond sublimity of poetry, into a state where the poetry speaks back to the poet, where technology excites the body (and vice versa) to a hallucinatory surplus, the ghost above the wire.
This conduit, this wire is phallic, a wire plugging technology into flesh — and so God is a male, never a female.
It’s inaccurate to say God is a cultural construct. God is the hallucinatory, ecstatic, fearful surplus of cultural construction interfacing/exciting/agitating the body.
The God who speaks cannot exist without technology, without culture. Similarly, he cannot exist without bodies, to worship, to desire. But he himself is beyond technology and human body — he emerges from the body’s interface with technology: he arises from the mind of the cyborg.