Pelagianism teaches that man and his free will has the capability of redeeming himself and doing good apart from the work of the Holy Spirit. Man's nature is good. I am not sure exactly if Geisler teaches this, but based on some comments in CBF it would appear he may teach that or he may teach semi-Pelagianism. He basically says in the book that man can redeem himself and faith is not a gift given to the elect. These commets are very different than what John MacArthur teaches, and even what David Jeremiah teaches. In Jeremiah's book God in You he says "The new birth has to happen to you from a force outside of you." He also makes other comments in his Born of the Spirit Chapter to indicate he believes that man cannot choose salvation apart from Divine aide. Also John MacArthur in Ashamed of the Gospel clearly saith faith is given to the elect. Very very different than what Geisler teaches. So what say you?