It seems to me that people are strangely concerned that determinism means that they don't have free will.
Could you explain why this view is common?
Even if a decision is a result how the universe was before they made someone makes their decision, part of the universe was them. So if they are the person who wanted to make the decision, how can they believe that they didn't have a choice. They did have a choice, they just made the one they wanted, because they didn't want the other choice.
In short, why is determinism seen as so incompatible with free will?