According to your religious mythology, you have an option. A or B.
Live or die.
That isn't free will.
The fallacy of false dichotomy is committed when the arguer claims that his conclusion is one of only two options, when in fact there are other possibilities.
The arguer then goes on to show that the 'only other option' is clearly outrageous, and so his preferred conclusion must be embraced.
Again, Fallacy of False Dichotomy.
I don't want to live or die, so I'll just do that other thing.
What's that other thing, RR?
If "live or die" is a false dichotomy, what is the other option?What?!
Would you like to retract or clarify at this point?