“The attribute of being present everywhere, motivated by biblical claims such as Psalm 139:7-9. God’s omnipresence is not defined physically or spatially. Since God is not a spatial or material being, God cannot be physically present at every point in space. Rather, God exercises God’s powers and goodness in all places at every moment. God is spacelessly present everywhere.
“By contrast, pantheism maintains an identification between God and everything else, so it may be said that everything is God and God is everything. Panentheism is the view that God is the soul of the universe. God’s soul enlivens the whole universe as the human soul enlivens the body. The overwhelming majority of the Christian traditions reject both of these views.”
— Kelly James Clark, Richard Lints, James K. A. Smith, 101 Key Terms in Philosophy and Their Importance for Theology, 62.