That puts a new spin on it, and yeah, I can see that as a possibility. God's present is our future.
However, even that could be considered a negation of free will. In that it's implying that even though God is from our future and knows what we did in his past (our present), that we cannot alter our actions, and we'll do the exact same thing.
Which brings us back to our choices / actions being pre-determined.
I understand that God is not limited by our concept of time, and you and I have gone round after round on this particular subject alone
But to see our future, suggests that he has to work within our concept of time, and to do that, means he can only see our future as it will be, based upon our choices / actions at that time
. If that is the case, then if we truely have free will ... we can during the span of time between our present, and our future, alter our choices / actions, and thus change our future that God has seen
Which then again, brings us back to my original view, that rather than seeing our future, per se, God can see all possible outcomes, of all possible choices / actions that we could make in a given situation or at a given point in time.
Because of that, technically, he IS seeing our future. But he's seeing our future, based upon that particular moment in time, in our present. That future can still be altered, for better or for worse, because we have free will. And, it's also quite possible it may turn out exactly the way he saw it ... but for it to ALWAYS turn out the exact way that he saw/sees it, suggests that our choices are pre-determined, and ... well, I think you get the idea