John 6:64 But there are some of you that believe not. For Jesus knew from the beginning who they were that believed not, and who should betray him. 65 And he said, Therefore said I unto you, that no man can come unto me, except it were given unto him of my Father. 66 From that time many of his disciples went back, and walked no more with him. Judus is listed among the unbelievers in verse 64. In verse 70 Jesus uses the present tense "IS a devil" demonstrating his current spiritual state, of which no change had occurred "from the beginning" (v. 64) but these remained in unbelief "from the beginning" as false professors. Instead, Judas was chosen by the Father and given to the Son to be "the son of perdition" (Jn. 17). The explanation for those listed still in unbelief among his professed disicples in verse 64 and those who would leave him in verse 66 is given in verse 65 and this is clearly demonstrated by the word "therefore." Coming to Christ has been used since John 6:37 to mean coming by faith to Christ. Coming by faith to Christ is clearly stated to be "the work of God" in John 6:29 and then demonstrated in a methodical manner by demonstrating those who responded to Christ's words in John 6:29 do not come to Christ by faith in verses 30-36 wherein verse 36 is then contrasted to verse 40 which is the conclusion of verses 37-39 as the same concluding words in verse 40 are the same concluding words of verse 39 where "OF ALL" given by the Father do come to Christ. Indeed, coming is the consequence of God's work of previously giving such to Christ (Jn. 6:37) as coming is "future tense" ("shall come") being consequential of first being given. Thus again, "this is the work of God that ye believe" as God first must give before they "shall come." Immediately following, coming is then credited to God's work of first being drawn (v. 44), thus coming is also consequential to being drawn proving again, "this is the work of God that ye believe." Moreover, giving and drawing by the Father is effectual for all given and all drawn as the final clause used in John 6:39 and 40 also concludes in verse 44. In addition the prophets quoted by Christ in verse 45 are texts that are being applied by the prophets ONLY TO COVENANT PEOPLE where "all" does not include anyone that is a false believer (Isa. 45:13 with Jer. 31:33-34) which is directly applied to the people of the New Covenant in Hebrews 8 and 10. Hence, these unbelievers with Judas in John 6:64 are explained in verse 65 to never have been drawn to Christ by the Father in the sense "draw" is meant to mean in the preceding context as verse 65 directly refers back to verse 44. In John 12:32 the term "all men" should not be interpreted contrary to this preceding expository teaching by Christ on this subject, nor contrary to its immediate preceding context which gave rise to verse 32 due to GRECIANS wanting to see him. Hence, the term "all" and "world' in this context has reference to "all" men without distinction rather than all without exception and thus a "world" of all races, classes and genders. To take the statement in John 12:32 and then work backwards trying to reinterpret the fuller exposition in John 6 is simply bad hermeneutics and a universal conclusion is directly contradicted by John 6:64-65 where false professors are explained to be part of people in this world that were never drawn by the Father to the Son in the contextual sense of "draw" in verse 44 and thus did not "come to me" by faith.