It has been my opinion for a long time that God is a four dimensional being. The qualities of omnipotence, omniscience, and omnipresence are natural characteristics of a four dimensional being interacting with a three dimensional universe.
Some will contend that this limits God. That is not the case. God could be five dimensional or more. I just think it's unlikely and serves no purpose to hypothesize more dimensions. A four dimensional God is infinitely more powerful than any 3D being and this is sufficient.
Some will complain that saying God and the other supernatural beings are all four dimensional places them on the same level and that God should be one a completely different level from angels, demons, and the ghosts of the dead. I say perhaps that is the case but it is not necessarily the case. Humans are three dimensional the same way ants and bacteria are both three dimensional. Still, the human perspective is of a completely different nature than those of ants just as the experiences of ants are different from those of bacteria.
The core of my approach to Scientific Theology is this:
Ignorance is Inevitable: Make only the minimum number of assumptions and make space for the unknown in the Scientific Theological Model of Christianity.
Negative space can still be informative. We will, by necessity, have negative space in any theological model and that fact should be embraced.
Does hell exist? According to the book, yes.
Does _________ go to hell when they die? We don't know!
All the Crazy that comes from Christian Theology comes from people who think they know things that they cannot know for sure.
Did Jesus ever kill anyone in his lifetime? Well the Book does not say "yes" but it also does not say "no". I am inclined to believe "no" based understanding of the Bible, but I could be wrong. The answer to this question, like so many others, falls into the negative space of the model.
There is much that is knowable. Focus on that.