Interesting argument between the two:
Luther’s position: Humans can’t have free will because of the Fall. (I find that pretty weak. What’s the point of Satan trying to sway people from God then? Which is all what the Biblical Satan does. (He doesn’t run hell in the Bible. He’s the Prince Of The Earth. Who in the world had this idea that Satan is the boss of hell?))
What’s interesting is Erasmus’ argument: Just because God knows the future it doesn’t mean humans didn’t make their decisions:
He argued against the belief that God’s foreknowledge of events was the cause of events, and held that the doctrines of repentance, baptism, and conversion depended on the existence of free will.
That’s not only in line with my ideas but very elegantly expressed.
(tagged Germany because of Luther and philosophy because of Free Will)