When we see art images of God, we see him clothed. If a skeptic asked a believer “why would God need clothes”, the believer would likely respond; “it’s a human concept of how God would look”, which would be true. It is a concept detail added to the otherwise invisible concept itself. Both the god, and how it looks, are from imagination. Both lack a single shred of evidence. The added detail of clothing is as effective as the added details of scripture, to bring life, purpose, tangibility and believability to an imagined concept. The more detail layered onto a lie, the farther it leads from its weaker origin, making it easier to believe. It takes a skeptic to bypass the trails of add-ons to go back to its origin.