I don’t see why not. However, Alan Rhoda over at Prosblogion gives an argument to the contrary. I here summarize Rhoda’s argument:
God’s timelessness entails His immutability (i.e. God can undergo no real or intrinsic change). Hence,
- God is absolutely immutable.
- God has freely created.
- A free act proceeds from a free decision from among several mutually exclusive possibilities.
- Therefore, God made a free decision to create from among several mutually exclusive possibilities. (2,3)
- A free decision from among several mutually exclusive possibilities involves a change of ‘intentional stance’ from regarding something as indeterminate (as one of several possibilities) to regarding it as determinate (as the chosen course of action).
- Therefore, in freely created God undergoes a change in his intentional stance. (4,5)
- Therefore, God has changed in some respect. (6)
- Therefore, God is not absolutely immutable. (7)
This has generated some interesting responses.