An answer suggests that "time is meaningless in heaven." Do we know this to be true?
It seems like an easy conclusion to draw, based on the following:
God created the entire universe, including all dimensions and time. Therefore, God exists outside of time.
Heaven is the place of "eternal" life.
In Heaven we will be "with" God (so possibly/presumably outside of time as well?)
But does all of this add up to time being meaningless or nonexistent in heaven? Or does the Bible give us any other clues as to the "timeliness" of Heaven?
If there are significantly diverging views on this based on theological tradition let me know in comments, and I can try to make the question more specific, or ask separate questions for those traditions in which I am most interested.