God is not universal nothingness floating around in nowhere. He is not impersonal, immaterial, intangible--an unreal person. He is not a universal mind, soul, spirit, conscience, goodness, principle--and abstract power or force filling the whole of space and solid matter, as false cults teach. He is not omni--body; that is, His body is not everywhere at all places at the same time. It is just as visible, tangible, and material as the bodies of all other spirit beings. Even resurrected bodies of flesh -and-bone saints are called "spiritual" ( 1 Cor. 15:44 ), so spiritual bodies are of materialized, spiritualized substance--something we know nothing about as far as experience is concerned at the present time. Furthermore, the soul and spirit or the inner man is just as spiritual as God and angels. The inner man out of the body , which is the outer man, is a spiritual body itself and has been seen with bodily parts to correspond with those of the outer man. The inner man or spiritual part of one person after leaving the physical body, has been seen by another such spiritual part, as being fully conscious, capable of wearing clothes, and being carried by other spirit beings into material places of either rest and comfort, or torment ( Lk. 16:19-31; Eph. 4:8; Heb. 12:22-23; Rev. 6:9-11 ).