Here is the part where I think I disagree.
I think you’re putting too much emphasis on omniscience of God.
This is what I mean:
Right now, I’m holding a coffee cup in my hand. Say I drop the cup. I would say that God somehow perceives the fact that I drop the cup. Yes, He knew even before I thought of it that I would drop the cup. He knew it 1000 years ago. Yet, still somehow He still perceives (not learns but perceives) that I drop the cup. He doesn’t see it happen with eyes nor hear it with ears (of course). The fact that He has foreknowledge that it will happen doesn’t change that.
What I am reading in your posts, and maybe I’m wrong, is that because of omniscience, God doesn’t “see” anything happening.
I am struggling with the vocabulary here. I am using the word “see” in reference to God to mean that He perceives what is happening. Not learns, not grows in knowledge, not sees with physical eyes. I am trying to say that God perceives, He observes–but of course, not the same way we do.
My concern here is that I’m misunderstanding how you are applying omniscience to the discussion.