The Reformed view of monergism has God enabling man to respond to the gospel through what is called "gospel regeneration". Now, God makes a man able to respond, yet man has a duty to answer that call. Now, if man has to respond to God's calling, then that would be at best, "pseudo-monergism": http://www.theopedia.com/Monergism So here it shows God givng man the abiliity to hear, see, come, respond, etc., yet there's the duty of man to do these things prior to be saved. Now, let's take a look at the PB's model of synergism: Now, I can't post a link to this, because I used this very link about a year or so back in the ORB History forum, and the link I used then, no longer works. It's on page 71 of the ORB History forum. As far as I know, none of the Reformed, or at least a vast majority, would not hold to this belief. The PB's view on monergism is truly the only truly monergistic view out there. Now, let's not turn this into a bash the PB's thread, okay? I was just showing everyone that only the PB's have a truly monergistic view.