My philosophy holds the belief that freedom is one of the most important traits, and that when given the choice, without manipulation, a person will choose to do the right thing. Furthermore, that the hope that there will eventually be a world without laws, but in spite of this, people will choose to do the right thing simply because it's right. This is something that is good, and something I think that God wants of us. But here are some problems regarding it.
The essence of what a law really is at the end of a day, is basically something that says that if you do this you'll be punished. The reason why its there is to prevent people from doing that action. Yet the truest way to see the true character of a person is to give them freedom to do whatever they wish without any punishment of whatever they do, good or evil. If they choose to do good, then they are good. If they choose to do evil, then they are evil. But how do you magnify that on a huge world scale? If a person commits evil, then obviously people are going to punish them or deal with them one way or another which would be the same thing as having a law there against evil, the only difference here that there are no laws.
In addition to this, why did God make a rule in the Garden of Eden? Why didn't He just say to Adam and Eve that eating from the Tree was wrong, but they will have the freedom to choose whether or not they can eat from it? Why did he explicitly make a rule saying that they cannot eat from it? Any sort of rules or laws psychologically limits freedom. The ONLY way you can see a person's true nature is giving them freedom that unlimited by anything. But that would mean no punishment evil. What do you think?