God Is Light, Somewhere in Time and Everywhere Transcending Time Is it possible that God with a glorified body of flesh and bones, residing somewhere in time, can also be everywhere transcending time? Logic says no, but scriptures, the physics of light, and near-death experiences support a paradoxical reality. Everything in the universe is interconnected yet separate. Some of those who have had near-death experiences describe being everywhere, yet remaining separate as individuals. If God is light, as John declared, it is reasonable that God could also be somewhere yet everywhere, just as light and all matter exist throughout the cosmos.
B. Grant Bishop, Scot Denhalter