The task of describing God is fragile. Philosophers view God as transcendent and inaccessible, beyond space and time.
Religious thinkers suggest that God can be reached through human-rational reflection, found in mystical traditions.
Three powerful arguments for God's existence are the cosmological, design, and religious experience arguments.
Personalizing God has no definitive answer. It's a sense of awe or wonder about the universe that allows us the freedom to conceive of what God does.