If one is to take the central focus of all the non-cal views, they resolve to a single point - that of sufficiency. (Painting with a wide brush) All non-cals do not consider that salvation is sufficiently complete without human work of some manner - be it in a "sinner's prayer," "accepting Christ" in some humanistic manner, Baptism, holding on to some law of sabbath worship... Ultimately the non-cal MUST involve human volition and acquiescence for salvation to be "completed." That is placing salvation as a human work, and not of unmerited favor (grace). To overcome the weakness of the "sufficiency" issue, there are schemes in which the non-cal engages to entice "the lost" to be saved - for instance the altar call. Sometimes actual scriptures are ripped from context and show the insufficiency of God with out human action point (I stand at the door and knock...). The point of this thread is to give the non-cal a chance to refute that thinking and embrace that God alone is sufficient outside and without any human action to save whom He chooses to save. (John 6) In effect, this thread desires the non-cal to refute the unScriptural and unsound schemes of the non-cal views and embrace truth.