These conflicting descriptions rule out no entity whatsoever.<quoted text>
Many things can be ruled out just from their descriptions, such as a married bachelor, a three-sided square, and a perfect god that makes errors or that grants free will but still knows for a fact what "choices" will be made. These are logically impossible - analytically false.
I don't have to know everything to know that such things can't be found anywhere. I don't even have to get up out of my chair.
Here are some more analytically false claims:
 An omniscient being that grants free will
 A perfect being that makes mistakes or contradicts itself
 A perfect being needing worship
 A perfect being that changes its mind
 An omnipotent being incapable of being in the presence of sin
 A perfect being that creates or alters anything
 A non-spacial being being omnipresent
 An all-loving, omnipotent being that allows suffering.
 A perfectly just being that punishes innocents like offspring.
 A merciful being that damns without hope of forgiveness from hell.
 Anything existing, persisting, thinking or acting outside of time. Those words all imply an interval of time.
They simply rule out the combinations described.
And on number 11 - totally erroneous conclusion. You have not the slightest clue of what exists outside universe time - if even time itself.
It's your no-god need.