He defends in that theory that God could become real, but that he would be limited. He wouldn't be strictly the same God as the one in classical religion. He couldn't do/know the physically and logically impossible (He would neither be able to know the Cantgotu environments, which is physically impossible, nor he would know illogical concepts..etc) In this page (http://thedebriefing.net/articles/book-reviews/physics-christianity/), it says that "Tipler points out that though quantum unitarity is a strong from of determinism, it is possible for free will to co-exist. The muliverse is subject to the quantum identity theory. According to Tipler, God cannot know or do what it is logically impossible to know or do. Before an analogue of any individual makes a decision or does something he or she is that same as all other analogues in all universes of the multiverse down to a quantum level. Physics only permit knowledge of a certain likelihood of a particular thought or act (“a percentage“). This is despite the argument that though we are unaware of all our analogues, God is aware via the Second Hypostasis of the Singularity."
My doubt is what does it mean with "Physics only permit knowledge of a certain likelihood of a particular thought or act (“a percentage“)"? Would this happen also at the final singularity of Omega Point Theory? If yes, why? If infinite information is generated near the final moment of the Omega Point "singularity", wouldn't it be able to have a "100%" certain (not only a likelihood) knowledge about a thought or act?