George Ellis stated much the same thing when he noted, in Einstein’s denial of free will, that if Einstein did not have free will in some meaningful sense, then he could not have been responsible for the theory of relativity – it would have been a product of lower level processes but not of an intelligent mind choosing between possible options. … More.
See also: How can we believe in naturalism if we have no choice?
Nature, as defined today, cannot be all there is. Science demonstrates that.