Cal refer to it as Human Responsibility, and Arminian as Free Will but can you tell the difference? God gave Adam a Will and he disobeyed God, but this was all part of the plan God had. No God did not force Adam to sin, but His sin did not surprise him. Many these days confuse Calvinism with Hyper Calvinism which is a system of thought that teaches God makes robots, creates people to sin, and is responsible for evil, and so forth. If anyone has read Sproul's book on Reformed theology (which I often refer too) you will see this is quite true about Hyper Calvinism regardless of the defenses of the system some on this board and on web sites will make. As Grudem said we do not fully understand this and how God can draw the elect to salvation (effectual call), yet at the same time create us with the ability to choose God or reject Him as we are not robots. What say you?