A good answer but kind of avoiding the question. Let's say it this way - imagine you were to write something and you had to portray God as a person, what person would he most likely be like?
This is equivalent to asking: what type is my personal view of God? My view is highly unlikely to coincide with the complete reality of God (assuming God even exists), any more than the blind man who grabbed the elephant's trunk has the complete idea of the elephant.
If you wish instead to view God as a fictional character, the situation is only slightly different. Take the same well-known character - Robin Hood, for instance - and different writers will portray him in very different ways.
Originally Posted by bologna
For Old Testament God, I can't see anything other than ESTJ. When Super-boy punched reality in the New Testament and retconned that version of God, writers started depicting him as ENFJ.
OT God is, if anything, ESFJ. There is no logic to his pronouncements, just following arbitrary social standards "because he said so".
Hope is the denial of reality. It is the carrot dangled before the draft horse to keep him plodding along in a vain attempt to reach it. We should remove the carrot and walk forward with our eyes open. -- Raistlin Majere