Many spiritual traditions, such as the Jewish tradition of Kabballah, speak of a realm where time and space do not exist, than what happens in the past, present, and future happens all at once.
Quantum Physics also works on that premise; it poses that time is relative, and that so-called “solid” matter is really a collection of trillions of atoms, which are comprised of sub-atomic particles, which in turn are not solid but are packets of energy. This is a point where mystical teachings and the sciences converge, and it needs to be explored.
Neither science nor religion has to compromise each other, but be true to themselves as they explore the realities and meanings of existence. I’m not coming to any conclusion, I’m opening the floor to discussion.