"The very second that something causes one's will to do something that the person himself had not planned by an uncaused will or a will that was not influenced in any way, he ceases to have a free will. A will made to think or do anything is not free, and it is senseless to argue anything to the contrary. There is not a Scripture in the bible that presents us with a person willing something or making a choice for which there was no cause. And "caused" wills and "caused" choices are not free."Senseless
… Definitions- foolish, meaningless ,stupid. Father, if You are willing, take this cup away from Me—nevertheless, not My will, but Yours, be done."
Was not the cause of Christ the will of the Father.
When Jesus said not my will but yours to the Father.
Was Jesus making any kind of distinction?
Did the Father have a Will?
Did Jesus have a Will?
Your post seems to make an emphatic statement that Jesus had no free will
to surrender to the Father.
so that it has become known throughout the whole imperial guard, and to everyone else, that my imprisonment is in the cause of Christ.