Without getting into T.U.L.I.P I am considering the exegetical and expository basis for determining if "all" given by the Father in Jn. 6:37-39 is the same "all" drawn by the Father in John 6:44-45. I would suggest purely from an exegetical/expository basis that they are identical for several reasons: 1. John 6:37-39 is restricted to "all" who have been given and "of all" given none fail to come and that security is expressed by the phrase "and it shall be raised up at the last day" - v. 37 which also is the summary conclusion to John 6:44 "he shall be raised up at the last day." This phrase is first used of those given in verse 37 and so its application to verses 40, 44 and 54 demonstrate the very same people are in view in these texts. 2. John 6:37-39 shows that coming is the consequence rather than the cause for being given. This is demonstrated exegetically in the text several ways: (a) coming is future tense from giving in verse. 37; (b) the incarnation is the response to those being given to Christ proving the giving occurred prior to the incarnation; (c) The aorist tense verb ("given") in John 6:39 demands that Christ's coming is in response to an action that preceded not only his incarnation but the act of coming to Christ by all that had been given by the Father. John 6:44 denies that coming to Christ has its cause in fallen man ("no man CAN come") and therefore since being given by the Father is the cause for coming to Christ then being given must be inclusive of being drawn by the father. Finally, this giving is limited as all who are given to Christ, it is Christ that makes sure none are lost, therefore, all men without exception were not given to the Son and that means they had to be the elect or the chosen ones, or chosen. 3. Jn 6:45 is the scriptural explanation of what it means to be drawn and he quotes prophetic scriptures that declare "all" will be "taught" of God. The specific texts he is referring to are Isa. 54:13 and Jeremiah 31:34 which in context deal with the people of the new covenant which demand "all" whom are taught by God will know God in salvation (Jer. 31:34) "from least to the greatest". Furthermore, one cannot be "taught" without both hearing what is being said and learning what is said or else they were never "taught" and all who are thus taught Jesus says do come in faith to him for eternal life. This demonstrates "all" drawn are the very same "all" who are taught or drawn. 4. The exception clause in John 6:44 proves that fallen man has no capacity to come to Christ by faith. Thus the capacity has to come from outside of man - from God. Thus, the act of being "given" by God to the son is essential for coming by faith to Christ for eternal life as it is those given that come in true faith rather than those not given as those described in Jn. 6:64 who came in a false professed faith. The fact that Christ denies that capacity to come was ever "given unto them" (Jn. 6:65) demonstrates drawing is not universal but that God only draws "all men" without distinction of race, class or gender as those Greeks in John 12:20-32. The substitution of "given unto them" in verse 65 for "draw" in 44 is significant. In verse 44 what is needed is the capacity to come which drawing furnishes. It is that capacity that is the "it" which is not "given unto them" and that is why they remained in unbelief "from the beginning." 5. John 6:35 demonstrates that coming to Christ in John 6:37-65 is defined to mean to come to him by faith for eternal life ("believe on him"). So, to deny that "cometh to me" is something other than coming to Christ by faith for eternal life not only denies the explanation for those words prior to Jhn 6:37-65, but denies the very explanation that follows in John 6:40 which is coming to Christ by faith for eternal life. 6. In the overall context of the gospel of John and the New Testament this cannot be regulated to a specific ethnic class of people as both the inability and act of coming to Christ by faith is not a racial, gender or class issue or problem, but a human issue that is grounded in the fallen nature of man (Jn. 6:44a).