A signature line of a regular poster reads: Arminianism is simply the religious expression of Humanism. If the child of God cannot "will" or "do" anything pleasing to God apart from God working it in him (Philip. 2:13) how in the world does the Arminian think the lost man can????? This question is a gross misrepresentation of Arminian theology. I don't call myself Arminian for reasons explained elsewhere but I know enough about the teaching to know this is a blatant misnomer. Arminians affirm along with Calvinists that neither the lost man nor the child of God is able to will or do anything pleasing apart from God's working. Arminians simply deny that this divine 'working' is effectual in nature, and thus differ with Calvinists regarding man's ability to 'trade the truth in for lies' and resist the gracious provisional work of God.