Time is essentially the linear scale employed by man to assess the intervals between specific events. No gods need apply, the scale works without them.
Gods are primitive explanations formulated by men to address specific enigmas of a certain period; interesting how a god’s nature always precisely reflects the ideals promoted by the cultures that invoke them.
Gods relate to time in that they are relevant only during the span of time in which they are observed; Zeus, Odin and Mithras are of earlier times, as are the vast majority of the 2800 or so other gods we can identify, and have few, if any, observers now. They are thus irrelevant, except as discussion of mythology.
If time is any measure (and of course, it is), then the current concepts of God(s) are bound to travel the same course to irrelevance as all their predecessors, ...in due time.