As you all already know, it drives me nuts when religious people retreat into the abstract hinterlands of theoretical physics. Their god is supposed to be everywhere, watching our every move, stopping planes from crashing, curing cancer, making dropped babies hit awnings instead of sidewalks. But when we try to pin down where this active god really is, we get, "god floats somewhere between the magical dragon dimensions and the golden compass across the stratosphere."
It's part and parcel of the liberal theist schtick.
For some of them, the question of "does god exist" boils down to a singular exercise - make the following sentence not false:God does stuff.
And it becomes an exercise in making the definitions of
the words 'god', 'does', and 'stuff' vague
enough that the statement 'god does stuff' cannot
be falsified. So they'll do thing like put 'god' in an inaccessible part of theoretical nature. Or they'll have it so that god 'does' only via human action, except for things in the past, so you can't make any sort of prediction that could potentially falsify the claim that god does stuff. Or they'll define 'stuff' into the inaccessible spiritual realm, that has a vast, important, significant, but more importantly principally undetectable
effect on things in the non-spiritual realm.