Suit Against God Thrown Out for Service Issues
An interesting case in Nebraska arose when a state senator tried to sue God. The court threw out the suit saying that the plaintiff had to have access to the defendant. I think one would have a strong argument that God does routinely conduct business in Nebraska and that it would not be unfair to subject him to suit. However, I would say there's a strong argument, via dogmatic law, that God does reside everywhere, and thus, if unable to be personally served, could be served via publication (or even mailing, doesn't he reside within every Christian Church?).
One issue that caught my eye...can the court raise such an issue sua sponte? I smell an appeal!