God is universal. God is beyond religion. God has no spesific religion. This is my belief
Any thoughts? Do you agree or disagree?
Sorry, but I just don't see how that can work. Not if mutual understanding among believers is one of your goals.
There are myriad understandings of what "god" would be. Many are very much at odds with others.
I am well aware that many people attempt to avoid raising up those divergences for many reasons. I understand that it is even often the case that joining people whose understandings of deities are in direct conflict is perceived as a worthy goal.
None of that makes the divergence less real.
In truth, I think that it is a serious mistake to value gods or god-beliefs over religions. While religions are often misguided, even criminally so, there isn't really an upside for avoiding them. They should be course-corrected or even extinguished according to their specific merits and circunstances, but abstract, context-less, undiscussed belief in a deity isn't really advisable on its own. It is just too fertile a ground for a variety of dangers.
Even at their best, gods are tools for religions to use, and very much optional ones. I don't really understand why so many people seem to believe that religions emanate from deities. The facts are fairly clear to the contrary.