Calvinists often misrepresent Arminians objections to their views. (which I'm sure is common on both sides) The mistake they make is assuming that Arminians must be objecting to their soteriology for one of these reasons: 1. Arminians don't know their bibles 2. Arminians are not willing to accept what their bible teaches 3. Arminians are too stupid to understand what their bible teaches 4. Armininans think God owes everyone salvation and they think the Calvinistic view of God is unjust because he condemns certain people to hell and not others. These are not true of this "Arminian" (I use that label with some reservation but you know what I mean). Nor were they true of Jacob Arminius, or many non-Calvinistic scholars throughout Christian history. Arminians don't believe the Calvinistic view of God is unjust because he condemns certain people to hell. We believe the Calvinistic view of God is unjust because He offers a pardon to all mankind while only granting a few of them the ability to willingly receive it. It is deceptive to offer someone a gift you fully know they cannot willingly receive. Especially if you, the giver, are the one who determines the receivers desires and thus ability to willingly receive. That type of offer cannot be geniune! Your thoughts?