There are some arminians who believe in the doctrine of conditional security. This basically states that the condition of salvation is faith, therefore the condition of security is continued faith. BTW It certainly seems this would be the logical conclusion of free moral agency. But these arminians also teach that a saved man, because he is a free moral agent, can make shipwreck of his faith, and in so doing forfeit his salvation. My question is simple. If God so honors man's free moral agency(free will) before and until salvation, then is He not equally bound to honor man's choices after salvation? If no, then does God somehow over rule this free will? If yes, then is it not reasonable that man with his free will could walk away from God? Let me add, The above arminians state we are saved by Grace through faith. Therefore no faith no Grace. These folks don't play when they say "free will".