There is a noise around here right now. I suspect it happens everywhere every now and then. A noise or a buzz starts and it will not go away. Everyone is talking about it. It could be about global warming, climate change, immigration, abortion, the economy or anything else. The noise starts and won't go away.
Right now the noise here is about God. A good thing you might think.
But there are those who claim that we should not refer to God as Father; and we should not use the pronouns "He" and "Him" when referring to God because He is not an old man with a beard sitting on a cloud. He is a Spirit.
On the last point at least, these voices are correct. God is a Spirit. An invisible Spirit inhabiting an invisible world around us. So too are Jesus and the Holy Spirit. As a Trinity they have always existed. Jesus did not start to exist when He was born on earth. He always existed as a Spirit. Other Spirits around us are the Angels created by God as well as the Saints. Saints are people who existed as humans just like us and they now continue to live eternally as Spirits. Just as we will when our souls depart our bodies.
However, having agreed that God is a Spirit, we must remember the important point that He chose to be referred to as a man; and we should respect His command in this respect.
Jesus, who Himself was/is God and was born a man, taught us to pray to God our "Father". Several times Jesus refers to God as "He"; not "she", "it" or "they" or by any other pronoun.
"If you love me, keep my commands. And I will ask the Father, and He will give you another advocate to help you and be with you forever — the Spirit of truth." John 14:15-17
Jesus also refers to the Holy Spirit in the masculine.
"But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in My name, He will teach you all things, and bring to your remembrance all that I said to you." John 14:26
Yet the noise and the voices around here seem to wish to re-interpret Scripture for a more modern audience the purpose of which I'll leave you to surmise.
But of this I'm certain; try to re-write the Bible to suit your needs and it is no longer the Word of God; but merely the word of man, or woman or ... ... ...