There are obviously those who do not desire to be seen as upholding the point of Calvinism known as Irresistible grace. They obviously desire to be seen as consistent with principles of justice and Scriptures which clearly offers the choice to man to either resist or accept God’s offer of salvation. What is interesting to me is that although they desire to uphold human freedom in accepting the offer, they clearly despise the notion that freedom exists beyond the first nanosecond subsequent to entering into that hope. Why the push for freedom to exist but for a slit second, to refute that it can exist subsequent to receiving salvation? If they are said to refute irresistible grace, why mandate irreducible grace? If grace was not irresistible immediately antecedent to salvation, it certainly is irresistible immediately after receiving it according to any and all that hold to OSAS. At best it is not that they do not believe in irresistible salvation, it is only a matter of differing at what point it becomes as such.