Wrong! Sin is self inflicted nonsense. One must first agree to be held to a set of rules that pertain to some deity, religion, or ism. And after agreeing to be bound by them, that person must break, one or more of those same rules.<quoted text>You make the assumption that I am Arminian? Nope! Consider what the Bible tells us about sin - not one without sin (Read the Ten Commandments and you will realise this.
Take even your own "standards" of right and wrong (such as lying, it seems). Have you ever lied? If you are honest, you will agree that you have, and on more than one occasion. So you are "guilty".
What does the law of the land say? That you must receive punishment - whether it a fine or sentenced to be incarcerated. That is "fair" we all agree (apart from the chap's lawyers of course). God is fair - He will punish as well. That is fairly plain in Scripture.
Now seeing that we all sin and thus guilty, we all deserve what God has revealed - hell. And as the Bible says, we are dead in our trespasses and sins and unable to "choose" God. This is where grace comes in. Undeserving of God's mercy He sent his Son, to die for our sins so we can be freed from the law and reign of sin.
Jesus took our sins upon himself and made us free, clothed with the righteousness of Christ, and not our own merit or clever decision, purely by grace.
Now considering this, you want free will to choose against God - which you will do due to our fallen nature. As the Bible clearly states
" Rom 3:9 What then? are we better than they? No, in no wise: for we have before proved both Jews and Gentiles, that they are all under sin;
Rom 3:10 As it is written, There is none righteous, no, not one:
It is a bit long- winded, but I think context is in most cases a good thing.
There are thousands upon thousands of gods, many much older than the buybull god-myth, and many of those gods claim to have created you. By not following their rules, their followers claim that you are sinning against their gods, and some even say that you must die for those sins.
Your god's book, has some 600 comandments (not 10) that you are required to follow. By not following them you mark yourself for death, if even one of the your god's religitards choose to follow them all.
Now, imagine that you are to be punished by some several thousand gods whom you are sinning against, by not following thier commandments.
Would you follow a god's rules who would have you thrown into a volcano, or maybe the rules of one who required you to rob and rape. Could you stone someone for your god, or would you eat your children when the god told you to?