There isn't a necessary equivalence between a teleological outcome and an operational one,i.e., God may know that the outcome of life ends in death (or some kind of postmortem life), but God may be curious about or wish to see how conscious life is engaged in determining its outcome, the means it takes to get there. God also could know all the outcomes of his creation through a process of subsumption (overtaking and absorbing) that would not entail control of the processes of Being, yet know their realization.