I think he does because why would God care about Earthly time? i mean time is a concept that is individual to any place you go, so why would God worry about our perception of time? that is just what i think
God did not only create our universe which has millions of planets,He made millions of universes that has millions of planets in each which is always expanding infinitely So time is not relevant to Him
The concept of God, that is to say his "being", will be given every omniscient application the hardened faithful can concoct to support the critical assertion that his existence exceeds our puny mortal understanding. Of course he will exceed time and space, as well as material form or human reasoning, otherwise religion has no basis.
The question only makes sense if you make a distinction between the "creator" and the "created".(the monotheistic view). The alternative view (pantheistic), that the sum total of all that is, is a manifestation of the creator, that god IS time & space. The latter view is not inconsistent with quantum physics.
The evidence strongly suggests that God exists only in the mind of his adherents. However, there is a definite beginning to the belief in God - way back there a coupla thousand years ago, and I hope, strongly, that there will be a definite end to this belief in the future. So, God is definitely not independent of time, and as many people in other countries do not believe in the God people believe in here, and I'm SURE people on other planets have their own gods, then God is limited also in space.
So, no, God does not exist outside time and space, but he is limited to this time now, and this space here.
The Creator must be of a different nature from the things created because, if He is of the same nature as they are, He will be temporal and will therefore need a maker. It follows, therefore, that nothing is like Him. Furthermore, if the Maker is not temporal, then He must be eternal. If He is eternal, however, He cannot be caused, and if nothing caused Him to come into existence, nothing outside Him causes Him to continue to exist, which means that He must be self-sufficient. And if He does not depend on anything for the continuance of His own existence, then this existence can have no end, so the Creator is, therefore, eternal and everlasting. Hence we know that He is Self-sufficient or Self-subsistent, and Everlasting or, to use a Quranic term, Al-Qayyum: ?He is the First and the Last.?
The Creator does not create only in the sense of bringing things into being, He also preserves them and takes them out of existence and is the ultimate cause of whatever happens to them.
"God is the Creator of everything. He is the guardian over everything. Unto Him belong the keys of the heavens and the earth..." (Quran 39:62-63)
Before the religionists can assert that there exists an infinite and omnipresent being distinct from the universe and not limited by time and space, they should satisfactorily answer the following questions: (1) Can the universe be limited by human thought? (2) How is it possible for God, if he be distinct from nature, time and space to control and regulate it? (3) Have we any proof that the power of nature is limited to human perception? (4) Can nature be governed from without? If God is omnipresent, he must be in the universe too. If god is out of time & space, then how can he control the universe? Besides, how can a Being who is not limited by time and space, use his power in the universe? To influence the natural, god must become a part of nature; and being a part of nature god can't remain outside of time and space. How are we to distinguish between natural power and God's power? Further, if god is distinct from nature, where actually is he? And what exists between god's dwelling-place and nature? Are the two -- nature & God's abode -- connected? If yes, by what? If by nothing, what's that nothing? A god outside of time and space cannot exist in nothing, and IS NOTHING.