So far you haven't offered evidence in either direction. You're simply promoting one more viewpoint that has internal logic but has not yet really shown why it should dominate the others. *shrug*You can still 'talk to god', just think of it as an activity to make your imagination focus on the sublime in life and not as an activity where you talk to a person in the sky.
The problem is that Jesus anthropomorphologisticalized (ha ha) himself, concretely. Not only was he supposedly human, but he also made claims in opposition as to how you describe him. So I think it's understandable that Christians regularly make God personal and tangible. You shouldn't snub the idea so quickly, you (and me, and whomever else) are the ones going out on a limb by deviating from what record exists... even if we can't be sure of the veracity of that record. Give some flex to people where it is due.