Andrew Silverman commenting on a story about free will versus determinism. Andrew is known to me as a fellow member of the Shroud of Turin Science Group (SSG):
You could argue that mankind has made God in our own image which is an observation about the way we perceive. For example before Copernicus many people used to believe that the Sun orbited around a stationary Earth. Their error does not disprove the existence of the Sun.
Note: In error, I originally wrote Andrew Sullivan rather than Andrew Silverman. Andrew Sullivan is a journalist writing for The Atlantic. I was not confused, just careless.