A. John 6:44 clearly and explicitly states that "no man can come to me EXCEPT the Father draw him." That is the only possible way to come to Christ. B. John 6:37-39 clearly and explicitly states that "of all" those the Father "gives" to Christ "SHALL COME TO ME" Therefore, both "give" and "draw" stand in the same causal relationship to coming to Christ. 1. "give" is present tense while "come" is future tense "SHALL come" and thus being given is the stated grammatical cause for coming. 2. "draw" is present tense and is the explicitly stated cause for coming. C. Hence, inclusive in being given is drawing or else it is impossible for "all" given to come to Christ as "no man can come to me EXCEPT" they are drawn and "of all" given NONE FAIL TO COME and thus "of all" given NONE FAIL TO BE DRAWN - this is irresistable effectual drawing "of all" given as all come. C. Now, to be given is to be drawn but is to be drawn is to be given? This is the issue of debate. 1. If it can be proven that the reason for remaining in unbelief is because they were never drawn than draw equals being given - vv. 64-65 2. If it is asserted that being drawn by the Father is not inclusive of having "heard......and learned" of the Father then Christ is contradicted when he says "no man can come to me EXCEPT the Father draw him" as there are more exceptions than being drawn but additionally to drawing one must have "learned....and have heard" of the Father in addition to being drawn. - which is it? 3. If it is admitted that being drawn by the Father is inclusive of having "heard....and learned" of the Father then "every man" thus drawn does in fact come to Christ (Jn. 6:44b) and only those never drawn do not come to Christ (vv. 64-65) and thus "draw" equals "gives." It can be contextually shown that the reason for unbelief (v. 36) is because they were not "of all" that were given to the Son BECAUSE all given to the Son DO COME to Christ (vv. 37-39). It can be contextually shown that the reason for unbelief (v. 64) is because they were never drawn (v. 65) which is inclusive of having "heard....and learned" as every man that hath "heard.....and learned" = "draw" does come to Christ (v. 45b).