The reason is that in our popular culture the word God unfortunately is not a multivalent term. This is so despite the fact that the word God has historically been and continues to be employed by theologians, philosophers, scientists and many others in a variety of senses and for different uses. The word God has been and is employed by naturalists and agnostics as well as by supernaturalists and theists. Yet despite the word God’s proper status as an open or multivalent term, the popular culture, owing to doctrinaire early religious education and imprecise language habits, has made “God” into a univocal term, namely, a word having only one meaning. This meaning is an anthropomorphic and anthropopathic supernaturalist theism. Accordingly, since the word God in our popular culture is by and large not understood as the open term it actually is, it is generally omitted from multivalent services.