I disagree. If you’re capable of behaving contrary to God’s will, then behaving in line with God’s will is your choice.
Augustine asked the same thing. What’s the point of living if you have no willful control? The difference would be like the difference between a movie and a video game. A game you have input into the outcome, a movie always ends the same way and can’t be altered.
Free will makes us active participants in life. No free will then you are only a passive observer.
What would be the point of going through the motions of life if you had no input in what happened?
Just the ability to make a decision is not free will. All life makes decisions. If your dog began making decisions that caused it to behave unlike other dogs, then you might be onto something.
Unless you think your dog is capable of evil, your dog does not have free will.
There’s like a dozen commands in Genesis 1, including the ones given to humans. History shows homo sapiens did exactly as the humans in Gen1 were commanded. So Adam is the first to break a command.