If God was omniscient, he would have known that Adam and Eve would eat the applesauce and be evicted from their first apartment, five and half hours after he created them.
If God was omniscient, he would have started the world with Noah, instead of Adam, and avoid drowning so many men, women, children and little babies in their cribs (Genesis 7:18-23). Why not use Jesus, instead of the flood? After all, Jesus was unemployed at the time, on stand-by, taking up space, collecting dust, doing absolutely nothing in heaven.
If God was omniscient, he would have known that Abraham was stupid enough to sacrifice his son Isaac (Genesis 22:1-12).
If God was good and had any moral fiber in his body, he would not have destroyed Job whom he described as a perfect man, to satisfy his gambling addiction. And he was playing with Satan. Then in Job 8:20 God lied about what he did.