So what would be wrong about a robotic world society? Certainly your "god" had that as an option.<quoted text>
It is said that God created Adam after himself . He gave Adam a mind capable of reasoning, thinking, and even creating, although his intellectual powers, in comparison, are limited. So by that I would think God has free will and chose to pass it on to us. Thus he did not want to control(dictate)us but yet make lets us make our own choices but never saying there would not be punishment for breaking his laws "IF" we chose to break them. That is where choice comes in and where we choose right or wrong. Same as daily laws we live by.
Without free will no one would be telling us what to do. We would be like a robotic world society where everyone is the same and does the same as the others do instead of doing what we choose.
I am amused that you tell us precisely what your "god" had in mind when he (presumably) gave us "free will." You are like "Norton." You presume to cloak yourself with the mantle of your "god," and tell us what "he" had in mind.
It is truly wonderful that you have the ability to peer into your "god"'s mind and tell us poor heathens why he presumably "did" what he presumably "did."