Antartican. Antarticanese? personally, i don't believe in the christian god, but when i was small i always imagined him as a blinding bright light, so bright you can never make out his real shape, but it's a light as pure as he is supposed to be. i know we are supposed to have been made in his image, you can thank my druidic/neopagan aunt for telling me that the sun and the moon were gods at a young age.
Personally I always thought it was kind of silly to look at God as having any sort of nationality, our planet Earth and all of the nations that occupy it are so tiny and insignificant in the vastness of the cosmos that they might as well be a speck of dust or an ant by comparison. God as we conceive Him to be, an omnipotent being, wouldn't be so measly confined to a single country.
Though if I had to choose I would want God to be in my country, America. Our country was founded upon Christian/monotheistic morals and ideals and therefore God should be right at home in a place like this. Though we may be a little overzealous in how some American citizens showcase their faith.
well presuming the god of the bible exists (it doesn't but give the OP a second here) i would see him as coming off as German Russian or middle eastern since those are the 3 big groups of really evil people at the moment and the god of the bible is (from all i have seen and read about it (its not really since it doesn't exist but imagine for a second it does)) a really evil bastard
The imaginary friend labelled 'God' wouldn't look like any race or nationality known to mankind. If she existed at all. Jesus, however, if he existed, was clearly Middle Eastern. Only a fool would think he was white, given his origins.
Im guessing everyone of them and he appeals to us through our eyes as we want him to, for me a Australian/ British man with a cork hat on and we go and have fun, im guessing that he is everything we would want for a god.
Because "Black American" and "White American" are different nationalities... I could agree to a South- and North-American divide, but what you have right there is actually kinda racist.
And if we're talking the Christian god, he was allegedly born in Bethlehem. So by that measure, god would be of the nationality of whatever country that currently claims to own that area by shooting at everyone else that tries to make that same claim. I'm sure god would approve of their actions.