This is addressed to the Primitive Baptists among us especially. And any Gospel Standard folks who may also be present are welcomed to join in the discussion. The term duty-faith was coined by Gospel Standard folks in the 1830s. It was meant as a term of derision. They thought it was wrong for people to be told to repent and believe when people do not have the power or ability to do such. They derided the Christian world which believed that all have the obligation to repent and believe. They ridiculed those who believed in duty faith and repentance as "Fullerites." So when Charles Spurgeon came along and preached that people everywhere should turn from sin and rebellion and yield to the claims of Christ --cries of "Fullerism" came from the Gospel Standard camp. So I want PBs to respond to my inquiry. Do you believe that everyone is under the command of God to repent and believe?