I've noticed that there is not always a consensus of opinion among five-point Calvinists about whether there can be a time gap between regeneration and faith/repentance. In other words, some believe that in logical order, regeneration precedes faith/repentance, but in temporal order, they say there is no gap; they say regeneration and faith/repentance occur at the same point in time. Other five-point Calvinists (those who espouse the elongated view) say there can be a time gap between regeneration and faith/repentance. I'm wondering if there is a similar difference of opinion among Arminians about prevenient grace. All Arminians believe that prevenient grace precedes faith/repentance in logical order. Do some Arminians see prevenient grace as always occurring at the same point in time as faith/repentance? Can there be several or many times when prevenient grace is applied to the non-Christian to counteract his depravity? Is there just one application of prevenient grace that gives the non-Christian permanent free will? When is prevenient grace usually applied to the non-Christian? (at the age of accountability?) I'm a three-pointer, so I'm just trying to get my facts straight on the views of Arminians and five-point Calvinists.