Well, it wouldn't technically be omnipresent then, would it? And since that trait is an agreed upon requirement for a 'god', it then couldn't qualify as omnipotent, could it? And if that's so, it certainly couldn't be omniscient. This would mean, your god of absence is no god at all, or nonexistent.
God exists in all dimensions, but unable to be seen by us because we are imperfect mortals & can not look upon the radiance of the Almightys face without instant blindness or even death. It is for our sake that God does not show himself yet. All in good timing, my friend.
What do you mean not apparent? You mean YOU don't feel Him right? He us very apparent to me! Maybe if you got real and asked Christ into your life you'd gain some wisdom about you along with understanding and you'd feel Him too. That is, instead of asking questions to start trouble or trolling my answers and spewing insults. God gave me a good memory also....
I view God as the weaver of time and space. He stands apart from time an space, and weaves the fabric of space-time from beginning (big bang) to end. He is not the cloth (time and space) and therefore causality is not part of his condition. However he sees the whole of the cloth (omniscience) and is able to touch the cloth at any point (omnipresence, eternality) as he wishes. Physicists say that, in order for the math of cosmology to work, there must be at least 11 dimensions, of which we can perceive only 3 and posit a fourth. If you were a thread on the woven bolt of cloth, you could not see the end of the cloth, you could only see what is in your immediate context; you lack perspective. But if you are outside time and space, outside causality and material nature, you have a dimension or more that helps you understand reality on a different plane (omniscience). So, as the bolt of cloth sees not the weaver but only the weave, God dwells in deep darkness and obscurity. Yet by His patterns and his cloth, he is known as a master weaver.