It bas become evident that most people address all the non-Calvinists here as if we all hold to what is commonly referred to as the "Foresight Faith View of Election." (i.e. God looks down the corridors of time to see what individuals will believe in Christ and based on that knowledge, elects only those individuals to be saved.) However, the most prominent view of election held to by non-Calvinistic Baptists has been what is known as the "Corporate View of Election." (i.e. God has elected or predestined to save whosoever believes in Christ. IOW, God has preplanned what he will do with all those who are in Christ. He has elected to save his Bride, the Church, but he has not predetermined who will or won't enter his Church. Hershel Hobbs, chairman who authored the Baptist Faith and Message uses the analogy of a sheep pen saying that God has predestined what will come of all the sheep in his pen, but hasn't predetermine who will and will not enter by the gate.) QUESTION: Have you assumed that all non-Calvinists hold to the foresight faith view and thus dismissed every other view out there without giving it fair and objective consideration?