Speaking of Abraham, we learned that when he was small, he was left in charged of guarding his fathet's idols. But rather than guard them, he destroyed them except for the biggest one. When the people returned, they asked him what happened. Pointing to the only remaining statue, he replied, "ask him". They retorted. That statue can't talk. To this Abraham responded, "I wish your ears would hear what your mouth is saying".
Lots of people in their quest to find God assume that someone or something is God. No fault in that as the objective is noble. The fault is when one has clear signs that their assumption is misplaced but still take no heed. Christians take pleasure in labeling other religions as idolatry or cults while they completely ignore that, because of Paul's mischief, their religion is no different from idolatry or cult.