Quote, "At the outset I have to say that the very concept of “God living outside of time” was the basis of belief in “Predestination”
No, the basis for belief in Predestination is that the Bible teaches this doctrine. Not because of the idea that "God living outside of time".
Quote, "Isaiah 40:22 is very important verse for believers in Predestination to show that God lives outside of time."
May be for you, but I do not see any relationship between Is 40:22, Predestination and the idea of "God living outside time".
Quote, "Let us analyze this verse. What are these four beasts?" "do you mean there were four beasts in just as they were presented they were, or were they metaphors used to represent some meaning?"
I only know that these creatures resemble earthly creatures, lion, calf, man and eagle. It does not say that these creatures are actually lion, calf, man and eagle! Anyway what is the point to asking me this question? How are these creatures related to the idea of "God living outside time"?
Quote, "Likewise, “Which was, and is and is to come” simply means forever. It does not mean God was, God is, and God will come."
Yes this verse does mean that Gad has a past("was"), a present ("is") and future ("is to come"). Read the verse carefully: "...Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, which was, and is, and is to come." The word "which" connects the was, is and is to come directly as a personal attribute of the Almighty God. In your quote you are trying to refute a direct statement giving glory to Him who sits on the throne.
Quote, "There is large amount of symbolism in the Bible. You cannot take every word literally."
I agree there is a lot of symbolic language. The "night and day" reference in Rev 4:8 is clearly symbolic since there is no night in heaven. But, when the 4 living creatures address the Almighty God and other heavenly beings, they are not using symbolic language to Him, where they say one thing, but mean something else! They are stating what is true about God to God - He was, He is and He is to come. There is no symbolic language there.
Quote, "The expressions in Revelation about silence for half-hour, He was, He is, and is to come are in relation to our time; from our perspective of time."
The expression "Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, which was, and is, and is to come" are statements that are made in heaven, heard in heaven by those who live in heaven. There is no need for a human perspective in heaven. John was privileged to see this grand worship scene and record what he saw. We also have the privilege to know what these living creatures are doing. When we read about what they are doing, we are not allowed to make private, human interpretations of what is happening in the presence of God. We are not allowed to brush it away as being symbolic. We have to take it as we read them, as God intended for us to understand.
Quote, "There are only two things possible. There is no “Time” for God. If God has time then He is NOT in “Eternity”; but He is just another man living within the limits of ‘TIME’."
Time is a "limitation" for us, because we were created to have a beginning and a bodily end in time. For Him who lives for ever and never had a beginning, time is not a limitation. To say that if God experiences time, He is limited by it and He is just another man, is not only irreverential, but it is a display of reverence of time over God Himself. It makes light of God's own claim that He dwells in eternity - because, if God does not experience time, then His claim of living forever, has no meaning that is comprehensible to human mind. We can appreciate the concept and glory of eternity and eternal life, when viewed from the perspective of an eternal passage of time, unending in duration.
Quote, "For God it is like all the events spread out on a canvas. He will see all the events simulataneously, but He has spread out for us like several film-strips running in consecutive intervals of time, which he created for us. We see one image with 12 or 16 frames at a time."
First of all there is NO EVIDENCE of this in the Bible. It is the product of your flights of fancy and maybe what you heard from some uninformed preacher. Secondly, if God sees all events simultaneously, why do we read that "....once the longsuffering of God waited in the days of Noah, while the ark was a preparing..." (1 Pet 3:20 - quoted partially)? Why would God who sees all of time together have to "wait"? He could have acted instantly at the future time. Again, this verse directly implies that God experiences time. God could have reduced the 120 years of Noah's preaching to 120 days, but in His mercy He chose to wait for 120 years to pass by on earth.
Quote, "To say that God lives within time is “pantheism”, which is identifying God with creation. The “Time” is creation. It denies God’s very glorious personality and identifies nature and God. It is man’s religious belief a doctrine from philosophy, which identifies God with the Universe. God is not within the creation."
I never said God lives in the seconds, hours, days, months and years of human time. I already stated this from 2 Pet 3:8 - God's version of time is different from how we measure or experience time. God is outside of His own creation, but God created this universe at some point in His eternal time.
Quote, "When you go to that deep, it becomes necessary to read how it was written in Greek. Half an hour is the translation of Greek Strong’s Number 2256. “hemiorion”, which means “half-half”. It is not half-an-hour time as we understand according to our “Time” It just means there was a space of period wherein there was silence.
According to my sources 'hemiorion' comes from hemisys, which means 'half' and hora, which mean 'hour'. So together 'hemiorion' means 'half of an hour'. You mentioned the words "there was a space of period" above. What was this space of period in?
So far I have provided several verses that directly imply that time passage is a normal part of our and God's existence, though it may be different for us:
2 Pet 3:8
1 Pet 3:20
You, however, have not produced any direct evidence to show that "God [is] living outside time".