Calvinists generally like asking long lists of usually biased (“Have you stopped beating your wife”) and absurd (“How can evil be absorbed into the nature of God?” (see Geisler)) questions. This is because they are, by and large, intellectually dishonest. Even their less pointed questions have pains of bias to them.
I ran across one website today that asks:
1. Does God know everything?
A seemingly straightforward question, but it reeks with bias. If one were to answer “no”, that implies a character defect in God (oh no’es, God can improve himself!) because the question assumes that knowledge is a real measure of value.
The Open Theist should respond to this question with one/several of their own:
Can I control God? Can I force him to know things? Can I dictate his knowledge? If I wave my hand in a silly manner, is God forced to see that and remember it for all eternity. Was God forced from time eternal to log that silly gesture in his mind, always and forever contemplating on that action? Can God’s creature force thoughts onto God?
Of course, Calvinists believe we are puppets, predestined to do these actions from time eternal, but Armenians would quickly see the failure in their image of a perfect God. They will be taken aback at first, realizing their God is the one in the box. He is the static idol that is not living. God hates stone idols (Lev 26:1) and is consistently described as living (Jer 10:10).
The truth is that God is not a slave. He is not forced to watch every homosexual act throughout history (Gen 18:21). He is not forced to remember every molecule of fecal matter flushed down the tiolet and the location in 50 years. God is not a bureaucratic slave.
The straightforward answer to the question “does God knows everything” is: No, God can know what he wants to know. He is not a slave to mankind.
If you really want to drive the point home, respond with the following:
Was Jesus God? (they will say yes on pains of being a heretic)
Did Jesus know everything? (the Bible is clear he did not (Mar 13:32))
Perfect knowledge is not a pre-requisite for being God. It is not even something desirable. Unlike Calvinists, I believe God is free to do what he wants and that he is not a liar. When God says he will forget my sins and remember them no more, I believe him:
Isa 43:25 I, even I, am he that blotteth out thy transgressions for mine own sake, and will not remember thy sins.