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In the Christian religion, their Deity is an eternal being that created and preserves the universe. The Christian Bible never speaks of God in an impersonal sense. Instead, it refers to him in personal terms—as one who is, who speaks, who sees, hears, acts, and loves. God is understood to have a will and personality and is an all powerful, divine and benevolent being. He is represented in Scripture as being primarily concerned with people and their salvation.
God is believed by some Christians to be immanent (meaning that he is with and within all things), while others believe the plan of redemption in scriptures show he will be immanent later as most believe he is also transcendent (meaning that he is outside space and time, and therefore eternal and unable to be changed by forces within the universe).
God is usually held to have the properties of holiness (separate from sin and incorruptible), justice (fair, right, and true in all his judgments), omnipotence (all powerful), omniscience (all-knowing), omnibenevolence (all-loving), omnipresence (everywhere present) and immortality (eternal and everlasting).
God is understood by Trinitarians as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit; a single infinite being who is both within and beyond nature. Because the persons of the Trinity represent a personal relation even on the level of God to himself, he is represented by all Christian denominations to be personal both in his immanence (in his personal relation toward us) and in his transcendence (in his personal relation toward himself). Less commonly, nontrinitarian theologies exist in various denominations which define the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit differently.