Scripture says man is a worm and cannot choose to do good.If God preprogrammed man with a sin nature... as it is being promoted here... it seems that makes that view a hard determinists position.
Scripture declares that man was created good, unflawed, and with an ability to be rational and reasonable within his independent and free human nature.
For from within, out of the heart of men, proceed evil thoughts, adulteries, fornications, murders,
22 Thefts, covetousness, wickedness, deceit, lasciviousness, an evil eye, blasphemy, pride, foolishness:
23 All these evil things come from within, and defile the man.
Wait. What? These evil things are where? Within man. Probably because he is defiled from sin, right? Hmm. Nope. These things from his heart proceed out and defile the man.
And ultimately, I'm sure this can be turned on the dime of sin - we sinned therefore....
But, if we were created good, unflawed, then where did the original idea to disobey come from? If it wasn't within us, then from where did it come? Satan? Where did he get it? If it was within us, how'd it get there if we were made unflawed?
If you'd just read scripture for what it says and quit bringing presuppositions into it, you'd be able to see that God created everything. He is not the author of sin, which means that he will not make you choose it and use it. But to that end, he certainly did not create us with this unending desire to do right - or we would have. He made us TO DO the sin, SO THAT the preordained Savior could come and die on a cross and save us from sin. We already covered "SO THAT."