Correct. If he is truly omniscient then he can't have free will. Failure. Again. If he restrains himself in any way then, at that time, he isn't omnipotent. The same way you're not a cyclist if you're walking, you're a pedestrian. So, according to you, omnipotence isn't actually omnipotent? It's already subject to restraint? Nope. There is no circularity. If I give up smoking then I'm no longer a smoker. If I give up swimming then I'm no longer a swimmer. I'd be an ex-smoker and an ex-swimmer, the way "god" would be "once omnipotent" if he restrained himself.