What is the Pelagian/Arminian/Finneyian Baptist interpretation? Note: I do not intend to initiate a polemic debate on the question. Nor do I care to hear from any that are not actually members in good standing and in regular attendance of a genuine Baptist church. Here are the answers I received (from qualified participants) in the last thread: 1. Dispensational interpretation (Yeshua1): Christ prevented everyone except the disciples from choosing; now everyone chooses 2. Linguistic interpretation (Winman): The disciples made a choice, regardless; it was a different kind of choice than the one Christ was talking about 3. Missiological interpretation (BobRyan): The choosing was entirely missiological, there was nothing of soteriology in the statement I was expecting a bit more of a consensus, indeed, the diversity in interpretation came as a surprise. Nonetheless, thank you -- to the qualified participants -- for your time and response.