GOD: [related to Sanskrit HAVATE call, 'that which is invoked'] As declared in most religions, God is the Creator of this universe. From the viewpoint of Science, there has to be an 'Ultimate Cause' responsible for the origin of this Physical Universe, and which is responsible for keeping this Physical Universe there at this moment. If we regard this 'Ultimate Cause' as God, the following arguments may be offered: The Physical universe is made up of Space, Time, Matter, and Energy. Each of these are created entities - created by God. God created Space in which all material exists. Not subject to Space, God has no location in Space. Though God may locate Itself, but only in terms of what It creates. God created Time which is the persistence of space and objects. Not subject to Time, God has no physical persistence or manifestation that can be objectively perceived. Though God may manifest Itself, but only in terms of what It creates. God created Matter and Energy, which make up all physical things and their activities. Not subject to Matter and Energy, God has no form, shape, or physical identity. Though God may assume any identity, but this identity would be a created thing. God is the Creator of the universe or the 'Ultimate Cause' which brought about this physical universe, and which maintains it right now. Beyond this, the description and understanding of God depends on one's own system of religious beliefs and experiences. .