The objective of this paper is to explore the meaning of God that Endo has tried to find out, basing the study on Deep River, which is called one of the masterpieces of Endo's literature. In Deep River, Endo suggests the image of God, which he has incessantly pursued for 46 years in his career as a writer. Endo projects the image of the Christian God that Japanese can easily understand onto the main character Otsu. Otsu carried on his back the poor dying Hindus who fell down on their way to the Ganges; they were verging on death but dreaming of reincarnation. Otsu carried them to Manikarnika Ghat. Just as Jesus climbed Golgotha with the Cross on his back to save humans, Endo describes Otsu's act as realizing the true love of Jesus. He also thinks the act of Otsu to be the true embodiment of Jesus. Endo's practice of love in the Ganges, spiritual home to Hindus, means that the God Endo has sought transcends religion or religious sect, and embraces the good and evil just like Mother's love. Endo has tried to find the meaning of God in saving all kinds of human regardless of their religion.