How does God knowing it dictate you actually doing it? Is this a specific knowledge or a general outcome knowledge? And if He knows the outcome, He must be ok with it.
You don't seem to grasp what omniscience means.
If there's an omniscient entity it already knows what I am going to do long in advance. The problem is, that I can do nothing else, otherwise said entity would not be omniscient. It knows with absolute certainty, which in turn locks all the events and happenings it knows about. Now even though I know nothing about this, my actions are still locked. No matter if I feel like having free will, the outcome of all my actions is already fixed. My decisions and my opinions on things are fixed.
It gets worse if said entity is not only omniscient but also the creator of everything, which is like Christians attribute their god; omniscient and the creator of everything. But an omniscient creator not only knows what is going to happen, an omniscient creator made the world in such a way that the things it knows are going to happen.
As an example this creator would know that little Harry will not believe in him which in turn leads to little Harry's eternal damnation. But this creator would still create a world in which little Harry will not believe in him because he knows it's going to be that way, which means the creator not only has everything scripted in his mind, he creates a world in which said script will actually happen without any way to break out of it.
If there is an omniscient creator god (which you say God is) then there is no free will. We only have the illusion of free will.
Oh, and if he's OK with it, that means said god created a version of the world knowing it would mean endless torture for uncounted billions of his "beloved" children, but he's perfectly OK with it despite having the power tocreate the world differently.
According to the Bible, all land animals were made from the earth/dirt/firma.
Which is already wrong because despite being solid creatures we are quite watery. The beginning of all life was in the water.
But, I believe DNA is God's building block. To me, the commonality supports the idea of a common designer.
In this case you'll have to ask yourself what kind of shitty designer that would have been, since there are a lot of design flaws present, which would point to a completely incompetent designer if you insist there was one.