Just a few questions to keep your gears spinning: 1. Is it God's perfect (complete) will that every human being that has ever lived or ever will live goes to heaven? 2. If it is, is God capable of making this happen? 3. If so, why does He not? 4. For every person who ever dies rejecting Christ, is it possible that more light could have been shown by God Himself wherein that person would trust Christ? 5. If so, and if an omnipotent God willed this with a desire totally in the bounds of His power, why did He not allow/provide this needed light? 6. Is man's fallen will stronger than God's power to convict, if indeed God "attempts" to convict every soul for the express purpose and desire to bring every soul to heaven? 7. If man's fallen will is stronger, why did God allow this in the first place, if its effects are not His perfect will? 8. Since we all agree (except for open theists) that God knows the beginning from the end, do you think God bites His proverbial nails and grieves when an unregenerate soul dies when He knew this would happen and yet supposedly, He was incapable (or refused) to change the situation?