Some may think we have freewill, and to some extent we do. Even though there are societal laws stating we cannot do certain things (i.e. murder, rape) that does not prevent us from doing those things. So in that sense we have freewill. But to me, we do not have true freewill because we are limited by physical reality. For example if I wanted to jump out the window and fly, I cannot because I have to obey the law of gravity. What is true freewill then? True freewill is freedom from everything. The laws of society, the laws of physics, even yourself. Think of a dream. In the dreamworld if you want something, and you're dreaming lucidly, you can simply will it to be there. But even the dreamworld is limited because you are bound by what you know, that is if you didn't know something existed you wouldn't be able to use it. Perhaps God did give us freewill, but its a limited version. Sort of like a trail version. We have freewill within the bounds of physical, mental and spiritual reality. Perhaps this is a hint to something greater, a form of spiritual evolution. Perhaps we are only here to learn about freedom, and what it can bring. Perhaps God wants us to become so free that we separate ourselves from physical, mental and even spiritual reality, in effect creating our own Universe, where the inidividual will become God, and thus create his/her own Universe. I think that's one of the paths God has provided. And in my mind its one of the highest paths, because it means the ultimate sacriface. The sacriface of literally everything, everyone and everywhere to create a new world in which the soul can flourish.