Foreknowledge means no choice. We would be nothing but puppets.
Here you go again, assuming to know the mind of the god. You are of the belief that the god operates under the same principles and limitations as humans. Perhaps this would be a good time for you to provide some scriptural support for your claim that the god does not know the beginning to the end. I was under the impression that the god knows what you're going to ask for even before you ask it. So . . .
The point I was hoping to make is that, although God has the power to anticipate the future in its entirety, he is under no obligation. Folks may read the last page of the whodunnit; but we are not compelled to do so. Would it profit authors to place denouement on page 1?
This assurance that God will not interfere in our choices is essential to our quality of free will,
When I said that the confusion lies in your failure to understand the implications of what you have written, I was referring to your supposition
that, though the god can know the future in its entirety, it can opt to not know if it so chooses. First of all, you made that up. And your followup statement concerning the god's non-interference being essential to our quality of free will implies that if the god opted to see the future, it might interfere. So, again with your assuming to know the mind of the god and what motivates it.
The contradiction in your thinking becomes apparent when one considers that you don't see the god's decision to wipe out mankind in a fit of rage as an interference with free will choices. Of course, I could point to the parting of the Red Sea and other such things as also being proof of the god's interference with the free will choice of humans, but there's no need for me to do that, is there?