He chose which actions you would take, because he knew you'd take them.
Is this logically sound?
YOU were the one who said that's how he operated.
You seem to show a dramatically keen understanding of some of the key pivots of trying to understand God. I don't quite get your reasoning though on why you appear to utterly reject the idea of a sentient creator.
I reject the idea because it's ridiculous. The only way to rectify the existence of god with the world is to discard logic completely. And that's ludicrous.
We live in a world where there is massive amounts of suffering every day. Children starve to death, pedestrians get hit by cars, natural disasters kill 20,000 people in hours, etc. And this is REGULAR. Evil isn't a once in a while kind of thing, it happens everywhere, all the time. Even if you want to pretend like free will of a few men is better than the suffering of millions of innocent people, you can't account for natural evil.
If a God existed, he'd either be powerless to stop this evil, unaware of what the **** was going on, or not give a ****.
Even if you want to drone on about God creating a brighter tomorrow, the fact is that he still doesn't care about you today. It doesn't matter how much you suffer if it means some greater good will occur in the future. Your a means to an end and you don't matter--you would be nothing more than a part in god's toy universe.
Furthermore, the idea of free will alone is ridiculous (and so you can't explain away moral evil, like genocides). The universe is a place of matter and energy, and everything functions according to physical laws. Humans are no different. When we take action, it's because our brain ordered our bodies to through physical processes. The brain itself is a physical entity, designed by millions of years of evolution. "Acting" is just the organic step in a long chain of physical reactions dictated by physical laws. I am writing this post right now because of the specific organization of particles that formed following the Big Bang, which were directed by physical laws to create the world and, eventually, me.
Humans act in every situation according to their beliefs. Beliefs are largely not "chosen" in any sense. Your parents raise you a specific way, in a specific society. Various events happen as you age. Etc. All of these external factors make you who you are. You believe in God because physical processes led you to believe in him, and you have turned to evangelism because of that belief. You didn't do it freely--you did it because the universe is the way it is.
All of our actions are nothing more than reactions to stimuli. That's it. There is no meaning to life, there is no God waiting to welcome you home after you die (and, if there is, he's either a prick, a wimp, or an idiot). And there is no free will.