I got this from http://www.ChristianConnect.com and wanted to know what everyone thought.... "The five points of Arminianism are: 1.) God has decreed to save through Jesus Christ those of the fallen and sinful race who through the grace of the Holy Spirit believe in him, but leaves in sin the incorrigible and unbelieving. (In other words predestination is said to be conditioned by God’s foreknowledge of who would respond to the gospel.) 2.) Christ died for all men (not just for the elect), but no one except the believer has remission of sin. 3.) Man can neither of himself nor of his free will do anything truly good until he is born again of God, in Christ, through the Holy Spirit. (Though accused of such, Arminius and his followers were not Pelagians.) 4.) All good deeds or movements in the regenerate must be ascribed to the grace of God but his grace in not irresistible. 5.) Those who are incorporated into Christ by a true faith have power given them through the assisting grace of the Holy Spirit to persevere in the faith, but it is possible for a believer to fall from grace. Arminianism doctrine is fatally flawed in that it supports the heretical tradition that God’s grace can not be "resisted" and true Christians can "fall from grace." God clearly tells us that neither of these two suppositions are possible. More importantly, to adhere to such a doctrine is to completely deny the omniscience of God. Such a doctrine necessarily dictates that God can make a mistake The Five Points of Calvinism are: 1.) That fallen man was totally unable to save himself. (Total Depravity) 2.) That God’s electing purpose was not conditioned by anything in man. (Unconditional Election) 3.) That Christ’s atoning death was sufficient to save all men, but efficient only for the elect. (Limited Atonement) 4.) That the gift of faith, sovereignly given by God’s Holy Spirit, cannot be resisted by the elect. (Irresistible Grace) 5.) That those who are regenerated and justified will persevere in the faith. (Perseverance of the saints) The Calvinist profession is also scripturally flawed, but in a spiritually doctrinal manner rather than in the character of its five individual parts. To adhere to its precepts is to support the doctrine of predestination or "fatalism," with God dictating who is to be saved and who is to be eternally separated from Him. While His omniscience is such that He surely knows who within the ranks of human kind will be saved eternally (their names will be found written in the Book of Life, after all), He does not predestinate them to their eternal destinations. That spiritual journey has to be the result of their own spiritual life-choices. Calvinism preaches limited atonement, but God repeatedly tells us otherwise in Scripture. Therefore, for anyone to adhere to the Calvinist profession is to deny God, calling Him a liar in the process."