Apologists tell us "It's your choice of Heaven or Hell" ...really contradictory ones even discredit the idea that "God created Hell"...it's all "your own making".
So as far as eschatology, if WE are totally in control of our after-life....God didn't create Hell and didn't create even the "process" of how the unsaved go to Hell...
it's ALL up to our "Free Will"....
then, on atleast a personal scale, WE are more powerful than God.
UNLESS one wants to argue that God has the power to save us from our own "choice" to "choose Hell" and can interfere with that after we die?
Which of course would negate the "reason" for Free Will ....wouldn't it?
So either there is no Free Will, due to God being able to interfere after we die and move us to Heaven even though we didn't "chose" that.
or God is POWERLESS in our eschatological outcomes, and thus not Omnipotent.
Wait..."He CHOOSES not to save you from Hell...Free Will lasts even after death". Really?
So he PROACTIVELY allows us to suffer for all eternity...just to maintain a "Rule" that He made up???
For what purpose? To "teach us a lesson"....a lesson from which nothing can be learned, since it's already "too late"?
To "maintain the Rules"....again, for what purpose? So the people who "chose" to be saved don't feel "cheated"? Are they really that PETTY that they demand "strict adherence to the Rules" or they get upset?
or is GOD that petty?
So there are your options (no doubt to be re-phrased by Apologists)-
1. Free Will doesn't exist..and the Predestination folks are right and no matter what you do, you're going to be saved because God decided that at the beginning of time?
2. God is helpless.
3. God is an arbitrary tyrant, petty and legalistic. (Which DOES seem to comport with the God of the Old Testament, doesn't it?)