"LiveAndLoveAll" your proofs are not proofs at all. Once you provide your proofs, then we will reply.
How can free will be free will if it is predetermined by something else?
So that brings me to this question for all those who say they have free will! When is your free will not determined by anything else?
Give me an example!
Simply asking questions does not constitute a proof.
Name 1 thing that you cannot do or can do that you were not created to do? If you cannot do this then you have proved that what you can do or cannot do was predetermined before you did it or did not do it!
This also is not a proof.
In addition Proof2 doesn't have to do with free will, but rather with a person's nature. Human nature determines the extent of things that a person is capable of doing. While I can reason, laugh, and eat a sandwich, I cannot, say do things which (for example) a horse can do, such as gallop.
But let's say that what "I was created to do" means everything I would do in my life. The implications is that I was created to disobey the ten commandments, which I have done. How can doing what I was "created to do" (i.e. the things I have done) be an offense against God, since (supposedly) He created me to do them. If there is no free will, then there is no sin, AND the necessary follow on we must also believe, which is that "God created people to sin".
Thus there is no point in following the ten commandments, God is horribly unjust for punishing sin, a tyrant really, and everything in my life was predetermined by God so it doesn't matter what I do.
Sorry, but that is not God. I don't worship a tyrant God that is the necessary conclusion we must come to if we deny free will.
Without free will there is no love, and God cannot command us to love our neighbors. Love must be a willing sacrifice or else it is not love at all. Love doesn't exist if free will doesn't exist.
While previous experiences may influence our decisions, that doesn't mean that our decision isn't free. It simply means that our decisions are constrained.
Foreknowledge of what a person will do, on the part of God, is not the same as predetermination. It is your burden to prove that they are, otherwise, your proof is not a proof at all.