First, proof of God: Given causality, and the english word definition of God as lawgiver, I can prove God exists. There are laws of science, physics, chemistry, biology, psychology, economics. These must have a cause (given causality), and this cause is termed God (one of several available definitions). It is that simple. God exists, but this proof does not cover an anthropomophic being nor does it prove or disprove Jusus. Some thinghs remain left to faith.
A moniker for God in Masonry is "The Great Architect." I think I know why.
There is a concept called scientific reductionism. It is a derivative of the work of Augute Comte. In it sociology and psychology, and by extension economics, can be reduced to biology- which can be reduced to chemistry, then physics, and mathematics. For our purposes, we can put God (by our definition) in here as the cause of all sciences, the root cause.
This is a sort of strict materialiam with a working definition of God thrown in.
Natural law refers to those aspects of morality which may be derived from nature. Civic laws are derived from morality. So said St. Thomas Aquinas and others. We can see her the opportunity to derive natural law from sociology, psychology, economics and other social laws of science. When we do so, we further extend our pyramid of causality down to the legal system.
From government we can move to the family. This too is ordered by science and then natural law, and then by civil law. This is how we raise children and propigate understanding of the system.
The individual within the family must bring order to themselves, and must be resiliant. In this we follow the warrior tradition to overcome obstackles, and stoicism to face reality. Each is responsible to improve their character. One first learns character from one's family.
Lastly, that part of the individual's life which is their craft. In this too we should seek continuous improvement. One's professional development is dependent on having developer character in areas such as persistence, dilegence, and integrity.
Thus we can see one giant pyramid, the organizing schema, spreading out from Nature's God, aso called the Great Architect. But when I, as an Enterprise Architect, develop an architecture for an organization, it may also attach to the pyramid at the same point as a family. Then, in the hierarchy of Burk/OMB (2007) each level of architecture is derived ultimately from Nature's God. God is then, again, the great architect.