Freedom is not that important to God (at least freedom defined as the power of contrary choice). We will not have the power of contrary choice throughout all of eternity once we leave here. If this "free will" thing even exists at all, it is clear that it is a very temporary, fleeting thing. For each human being, if he EVER has it, he only has it for a few years down here and then it is gone forever. It is not that important. God himself does not have it (if you define it as the power of contrary choice) so it did not come from some part of his character. God the Father did not have the power to NOT love the Son forever in eternity past- not for a millisecond. He does not have the power of such contrary choice now. He will never have it throughout the endless ages of eternity. It is not that great of a thing then if it exists at all. And the argument is that "free will" is necessary for "love to exist". Really? So there never has been any REAL love in the Godhead? The greatest love is displayed when it is so great that the power to do otherwise does not even exist.