God is omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent... right?
If He is everywhere at once, how could He be heard walking in the Garden of Eden? (Gen 3:8)
There are dozens and dozens of scriptures referring to God's "foreknowledge" and that He knows all things. Why then must He ask man questions? Just examples I have on hand:
Adam & Eve eating the fruit: Gen 3:11
Where is your brother? Gen 4:9
While I don't have specific references, how can God then be influenced by man? Moses convinces God to forsake his wrath on the Isrealites in Numbers (and maybe Leviticus?), such as when he comes down from Mount Sinai (even though he orders the Isrealites to slaughter 3,000 of the idol-worshippers anyway).
Is there explicit biblical support for God being "omniscient" and "omnipresent," or do we just use these terms to refer to the compilation of scripture that displays God's might? Cite references please