My answer here was deleted by Robert Cartaino as "not an answer" even though it answered the question. Here is the text:
Yes, it looks like it is effectively just treating code as data, albeit in a less-elegant way than Lisp already does.
While I agree in retrospect that it's not a very good answer, it seems odd to call this "not an answer" when it does answer the question. Are "yes or no" questions discouraged here? I not only answered the question ("Yes"), I gave some explanation as to why this is the case.
If this sort of answer is not okay, perhaps something should be added to the faq to that effect?