You now agree with me that seeing the future in no way takes away free will, so you have changed your argument to say it is not God perceiving the future which ends free will but the fact that God is "in control of your life" that takes away free will.
Your argument is now, "There is no free will because God is in control of your life," which means you've reverted to rephrasing your own premise to justify your premise.
I appreciate you sharing your views with me, but I'm done.
I never though I would say this, but I'm kind of tired of the constant boobs in my face. The way women are often portrayed in comics, video games and other media aimed at young male audiences is just so clearly exploiting the female image to pander to hormone soaked dudes.
When I see young nearly naked women these days, I think, "Go put some clothes on, young lady!"
Forced to pick one of the two options, I see it as white and gold, but in reality, the "white" section appears light blue to me and the "gold" appears tan, so I can see three of the four colors I'm supposedly able to see, but I can't understand how anybody sees black. It's clearly tan to me.