Ah, but therein lies a problem: If God is outside Time, then God can neither begin, nor sustain, any action. In other words, a change in the prevailing circumstances necessitates Time. Without Time, all of God’s actions fall onto a singularity, a single moment, simply because outside Time, Time does not exist to separate the events. So, God did not yet think about creating you, God began creating you, and God ended the process of creating you, all at the same moment. That is the consequence of not being under Time. You baked the cake, ate it, and yet are still gathering ingredients for it, all at once - an absurdity. No change is possible without Time elapsing.
Be careful reducing the power of an almighty God to our understanding of science.
The shallowness of your atheistic closed mind is stunning - almost numbing - in your inability to think outside the box. Transcendent is the concept you miss. If you reject it, reject away, but your arguments made no sense whatsoever.
Which is why God is the Creator of time. In the beginning was nothing, a void, and since there was nothing to change there was no time. (Granted, even a single atomic [classic sense of indivisible] particle there would be no time because there is nothing relative to that particle wherewith to change.)
A better way of saying this is that God is outside of our time, our time merely being a shadow of the time that God inhabits.
“That is the consequence of not being under Time”
That shows a bit of hubris that you can try to define to our creator what His limitations are. Sheesh!