While one might argue E because of his need to create others to talk to, even an I can get lonely, or want recognition. Whot matters is how their thought process operates; is it external (bounce ideas off others? Oh wait, god isn't telling his plans to ANYONE), or internal (make it up, only tell others when needed).
If god is perfect, then he CAN'T be an E. That would require externalization of thought; needing to run thought processes past another to further the process and validate such. If he's perfect, then there's no need to ever run it past anyone else for validation.
This's about the only part that makes sense though. The others assume yeu're only capable of one or the other; if god is truly considered to be "perfect", then he would be capable of both sensing and intuition on a flawless scale; able to notice and appreciate even the smallest physical detail, to being able to grasp the most abstract concepts. Since both of these are present in the world, one would assume both to be true.
The T / F split I disagree on as well, since it's possible for one to think, without being a thinker... T/F is just which one yeu're more likely to be biased towards when making decisions is all. Do yeu stop to think through a problem rationally, or do yeu go on yeur feelings?
God has shown time and again to go on feeling, rather than thinking. How many times did he get pissed off and punish large groups needlessly? How many times did he act on passion rather than forethought? Pretty much the entire bible cites god as being a wrathful, vengeful god; a god of war, and a god of passion. He's not a thinker at all. Sure he may be CAPABLE of thinking, but when it comes to deciding whot to do, rather than take the logical route, he goes on the one dictated by feelings.
This's one of the major reasons I refuse to accept that the 'god' in the bible is the 'real' god, because I couldn't worship someone like that - he doesn't even remotely deserve it.
The J part isn't true for the reasons yeu listed either; he seems perfectly content to let us make a mess of the world without tidying it up right about now. There's also the matter of free will, and of the desire for things to continue on their own path as well, which shows P. If god is truly all seeing, and all knowing, then by definition, he would be P due to seeing things from multiple perspectives easier. The J seems more likely to be simply displayed by fanatical observers, rather than god himself.
There's too much chaos, too much diversity, too many things open ended to be manually placed in order by the ultimate J.
So, I would argue that god is moreso an IXFP.