Today’s second glitch:
I appreciate the snark (even if it is based on a misinterpretation of what was originally meant by in his image — not everyone gets Renaissance-era English, y’know?), but the punctuation… *shakes head*
Get rid of the comma after God. Also get rid of the comma after man. Those commas look kinda like what are occasionally joked about as “Shatner commas.” If you do want to write in such a way that the reader knows you’re inserting pauses in odd places for no apparent reason — like William Shatner reciting lines from Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, for example — use real ellipses, neither truncated nor over-extended. And speaking of over-extended ellipses, delete two of the five (WTF?) dots before invisible.
“If God made man in his own image, why aren’t we all, like… invisible?”