If you propose that God is only a concept because God communicated that to you, you are out of the originating process just the same as if God was the sole originator of thought.
My proposal does not deny equal access. It allows the freedom of choice. Even to the point they can create their own God.
I was questioning what viewing God as a concept entails.
If God is just a concept made up by each individual there is no choice. The action is the only choice they have, even if the choice is no God at all. Sure one individual can imagine an infinite amount of gods to choose from, but the source is still the singular person doing the imagining. The result is still the singular choice not a freedom to choose outside of one’s own thoughts.
Even if God is only outside of our thoughts, those thoughts do not originate in each individual. They are “placed” there by a separate source. That there are only two choices is still freedom from doing the action alone. Even if you forgo your own and adopt another’s god, you have removed your choice, and the potential is still only two. God and the next choice. You can do that for an infinite amount of times and you are still allowed to reject God, but there is freedom to do so. If you remove God from the equation as you agree there is still the freedom of choice between you and an infinite amount of human concepts of God. However you have lost your singular choice, and God as a choice, and you are stiil trapped in a single choice even if that choice is infinite in number.
Choosing God is still singular in practice, but you are putting Faith and trust in a being not conceived of by other humans. Since we are assuming that all humans are equal minus their ability to have a finite amount of infinite gods, you are still in the same singular finite choice of infinite possibilities. But only one of those is going to be your choice. Your freedom of choice is still limited to the human origination of one. With a being outside of the human reality you have one more choice. Now one more may only free you from the human part of the equation, but it is more freedom that only having the human equation. You cannot place God as equal to the human concepts, you can only use God as another choice. The infinite emount of human possibility is limited by the finite amount of humans, so there is only a false freedom of choice. A freedom that hits the limit fast, when you can still only choose one from the nature of the choice itself.