Every ARminian on this forum argues that "all men" in John 12:32 means "all men WITHOUT EXCEPTION" rather than "all men without distinction." However, their interpetation can be proven wrong and very easily. 1. There is historical documented evidence in our own century where entirel civilizations have lived and died without ever hearing about Christ, the cross or the gospel. a. The New Guinea head hunter tribes had never heard of the gospel, the cross or Christ from their father's and grandfathers until modern missionaries came to New Guinea and they were killed by them. b. The American Indians were both pantheists and polytheists much like the Hindoo religion with one great or primary god and their fathers and grand fathers never heard of Christ, the gospel or the cross previous to missionaries coming to them in the 17th century. 2. There are "some" disciple given as examples of "some" who never were drawn by the Father in John 6:64-65 although they EXTERNALLY heard, was taught and learned the gospel by John the Baptist and Christ (Jn. 3:16; 36; Acts 1:21-22) and made it their PUBLIC profession proving that being drawn by the Father is not synonmous with EXTERNALLY hearing the gospel preached, taught or learning it. 3. Even though some may object and refuse to accept the fact of #2 above they cannot deny #1 above and that is sufficient to prove their intepretation of John 12:32 and the words "all men" to mean "all without exception" to be completely false.