Kurt Gödel, a brilliant scientist who was a friend of Einstein thought of this mathematical model to "prove" or I would rather say, point a way that God does exist:
I can't understand it because I was not trained in this branch of mathematics. It looks like a bunch of gibberish to me, but if it can convince a brilliant scientist of God's existence, it's good enough for me.
Some people object to the theory by attacking it because it cannot have incompatible properties, e.g. mercy and justice. But the question of mercy and justice coexisting is easily solved for a Christian. Just look to the cross where both mercy and justice was satisfied.