Darwinism is wrong in its assumptions that changes in the genotype of successive generations are solely the result of random material factors and that natural selection is what shapes the diversity we see in nature. There’s no point trying to fit God into a Theory that rests solely on the simplest forms of interactions seen in nature (the four fundamental forces). While it may to some extent describe how the components of living organisms behave, it fails to recognize life itself, the wholeness that is the individual creature. I would point out that, at a human level, there is not one scientist who approaches life as if it were merely about atoms, molecules and such. In living beings we see a different level of existence, one which utilizes matter but involves something greater in that each is a whole, acting, perceiving and feeling. Animals do this on an instinctive basis; we are rational. Unfortunately, these sorts of observations have been relegated to the realm of the metaphysical, when they are just as real as atoms, photons, and the various laws of physics, more real actually when we reflect on our own existence.
God didn’t know what would happen; He Knows what happens everywhere and in every time. We are on a journey through time. Here and now, we can know Him because that is where He always is - in every here and now.
Again, there is more going on as the universe plays itself out, than what pure physics can tell us. It can no more describe the complexity of life than neurophysiology can tell us what it feels like to stub one’s toe.