The link that Marshall sent reminds me of James Morrow's, "Towing Jehovah." In that book a ship finds the two- mile long body of God floating in the Atlantic and has to tow it to the northern climate to preserve it.
A group of atheist extremists plan on destroying the body, because even though God is dead, his corpse proves that they were wrong and he existed at some point in time. My favorite section is when the supertanker gets stranded on some rocks and the crew, out of food, takes chainsaws and cuts into the body for fillets to eat.
Another book is "Blameless in Abaddon" in which small-town magistrate, who has suffered many personal troubles, including the death of his wife and prostate cancer, decides to literally put God on trial for crimes against humanity.
On Sun, Apr 8, 2012 at 4:34 AM, Marshall <[address removed]>