Rabbi Burt Visotzky, a professor at the Jewish Theological Seminary, the flagship institution of Conservative Judaism, has the best comment on this:
"For me as a Jew, hearing the name of a first-century rabbi isn’t the worst thing in the world, but it’s not my God." Yahoo News
I like his comment and agree, it also is not my god.
But I really like that he used "it" rather than "he". Perhaps he meant something different than my interpretation of “it”, but to me “it” (god) is not an entity but just a concept and not a very good one either.