Do I schedule on my Palm Pilot that on next Tuesday at 3:00 pm I'm going to make a free will decision? Do I have to coordinate that with my secretary? Much discussion about free will imagines that they are unusual, big events, like, whether I'll go to Harvard or Cambridge. In fact, each and every moment, I'm making "micro-decisions." My life unfolds moment by moment and I am always making free will decisions. Each of these have ramifications and they impact one another. But there are 6 billion plus people on planet earth, each of whom are constantly making free will decisions. Your decisions affect me and everyone else and you are in turn affected. If God is not the Sovereign Lord over my "micro-decisions," He is not Lord at all. He is trying to catch up and get things back on track. How is such intervention any less a "threat" to free will? Let's grant that God only intervenes when He sees fit. Let's follow that out. If God intervenes and makes me turn off my cell phone because otherwise, I would have run over the kid who would eventually cure cancer, is not that a "violation" of undetermined free will? But if things are to turn out any way resembling God's intentions, must He not constantly be violating "undetermined" free will?