Your deflection is an acknowledgment of your inability to differentiate your system of libertarian freewill-ism from flip-a-coin-ism!
Its an attempt to show what your either or dichotomy leads to
Either you claim God's act of creation was determined or you affirm he libertarianly created of his own free will
And if you say he created of his own free will you will have to address Was it just random chance that he did
Actually you just ignored the definition I gave of a soft libertarian free will
Soft libertarianism, or concurrence, holds that a moral agent has the power to choose in a libertarian sense, but the limits of this ability are decided by his character. While a determinist argues a person’s choice is determined by his character, soft libertarianism contends a person’s character simply determines what sets of choices are available. Outside influences and internal dispositions are factors, but the agent has the ability to take any one of the choices within the set. Possessing libertarian freedom means we genuinely choose, but we dwell in a fallen world so it is not an easy, even, unslanted choice. And we are finite creatures, so the range of choices is limited.
It would in fact carry no such necessity
so it seems my questions already exposed misunderstanding on your part
We have already seen you have not properly understood the model of a soft libertarian free will model I gave you
So once again Does God have Libertarian free will as defined by the model I provided you with
Or God does not have free will ?(as defined above)
Psa. 115:3 —KJV
“But our God is in the heavens: he hath done whatsoever he hath pleased.”
Is he determined in your view
Are you saying his nature left him with just one option ?
PS I have shown you deciding according your your nature is not inconsistent with a soft libertarian free will
God did not freely decide to create but was determined to create?
Is that your view ?
Which is it ?
Did God libertarianly decide to create
or was God left with no other option
I await your reply