There is a fundamental contradiction in your doctrine if you are anti-Calvinist and accept prophecy as true. On the one hand- you claim that man is able to make the final decision in any given matter because he has the will to do so. Yet on the other, you are accepting hundreds of prophetic statements chiseled in stone and more certain to occur than that which has already occurred. If man's will is the final deciding factor in who get's written in the Lamb's book of life, man is also the final deciding factor in whether prophecy is true. After all, Judas was preordained to betray Christ, the Jews were preordained to kill him, and Joseph (a rich man) was preordained to bury him. How glad we are they didn't use their wills to frustrate the plan of God! Just imagine if they had decided not to do these things! Whew!