By Arminian I refer to the particular doctrinal distinctive which states that a Christian may indeed become lost again. I know that they can have assurance of their salvation- that they can know that if they die right now they will go to heaven. And I know that many of them do not believe that sin is that which causes one to lose their salvation but rather a forfeiture of faith. But here is the dilemma with the doctrine that teaches one can lose his salvation. He CANNOT KNOW that he will make it to heaven since he may lose his salvation before he dies. If it is possible to lose it then assurance of heaven is illogical. Here is the logical conclusion. There is not a Free Will Baptist, Pentecostal, or Methodist on earth who ascribes to his stated theology who has any real assurance that he will make it to heaven. Is that not disturbing to any of you?