I'm reading a book on the doctrines of grace, and the idea is presented that arminianism will always lead eventually to pragmatism. The line of thought is that if salvation is synergistic rather than monergistic we logically have to do all we can to get the sinner to cooperate with grace. If we do not, if we somehow present the gospel in a manner than is not attractive to the sinner and that person winds up in hell, it is our fault. That puts the burden for the salvation of the lost squarely on the shoulders of the saved rather than Jesus. That heavy, terrifying burden will lead us to do "whatever works" and will finally lead us to think like Finney. By that I mean we will feel that revival can surely be had if we just follow the right methods, rather than it being an outpouring of the Holy Spirit. (Revival defined both as stirring up the saved and winning the lost.) My initial thought is that Rick Warren claims to be Calvinistic, I think, and yet also seems to be the Finney of today. Your thoughts?