On a Baptist only thread, I posted the following in response to an inquiry about different beliefs. "I know of at least six different beliefs in the security of the believer. All believe that God is completely sovereign. All believe that the grace God provides is more than sufficient for salvation. The differences are in man's required response to God's grace. The folowing are very abbreviated descriptions of the beliefs. Obviously more could be said about each one. 1. 4/5 Point Calvinist. - God's elects, man has no choice. 2. Eternal Security (non- 4/5 point Calvinist). - Man must accept grace, then cannot reject grace. 3, Arminius Belief - Man must accept grace, but can later choose to forfiet grace by not believing. 4. Wesley' Belief - Man must: accept grace, confess and be remorseful for known sins, and not have long term unforgiveness of others. 5. Santification Belief - Wesley' belief plus man must continue on the path to santification. 6. Roman Catholic Belief - Accept grace by faith plus have some good works." I am interested in where the Seven Day Adventists, Church of Christ, and Luthern churches beliefs would fit into the very abbreviated descriptions in the table. I realize that there is bound to be small differences, but in the context of the abbreviated descriptions, where would they fit? Or do they need a separate very abbreviated description? If so, please provide.