This is a question that I've been stuck on for a while, and not just because I don't particularly believe the idea. Omnipresence is the idea that God is everywhere in the "hyper literal" sense. Literal could just mean in every city or something, but hyper literal leaves no room for the expressive. God exist whole in every square inch, every square centimeter, every Person, animal and grain of sand. Aside from the fact that to me, this serves no purpose, I have also often wondered about where it is even presented in the Bible. The idea is quite complex, and actually finding it in a Bible that doesn't use modern terms... I'd expect a reference a few paragraphs long to be honest, not just four or five out of context verses, which is all I've been able to find. Please, no accusations that this is part of God's soverienty. I'm tired of being called a heritic because I don't fall in line. Unless you'd like to explain why God needs to be on Pluto, where no man nor beast CAN live, in order to be master of your life. Or why does God have to be microscopic in order to rule the Universe?