According to the IEP,
The majority position today, at least among philosophers, is that God is everlasting but temporal.
How is the idea of divine temporality reconciled with special relativity? Special relativity says that space and time are deeply intertwined; one cannot exist without the other. How, then, can we have a presumably non-spatial God exist within time? It seems that special relativity requires God to exist within space to be temporal, but I assume that most philosophers reject this.