I'd suggest any approach towards the G question, presented to any NT except for INTJs, be very distilled from the Judeo-Christian God.... because this is the God that causes so much friction to an NT soul. Even though Faith might be a higher form of reason than logic.... well you won't get anywhere without it.
Any y'all need to stop pretending that NTs automatically have a problem with God because they're not religious. Einstein, Newton, Descartes all held God to have very important significance in their systems. Spinoza has almost an iron-clad proof for the logic behind God, although again it's a very sterilized kind of God, and it's a heavy read. I'd suggest reading Leibniz's discourse on metaphysics.... because for one it's a simple interpretation of God, and it will be VERY hard for any NT to not be tempted by the words of one of the founders of calculus. (this makes Leibniz almost Holy in NT-speak!)