As I was reading the articles of faith of a Unitarian Universalist "church," one particularly caught my attention. It accurately defines Arminian thinking. "We believe that personal experience, conscience, and reason should be the final authorities in religion. In the end religious authority lies not in a book, person, or institution, but in ourselves. We put religious insights to the test of our hearts and minds." I do not post this to criticize Arminians per se, but so often when I debate with Arminians, it ends up to be a discussion on what is fair and just from the viewpoint of man. I can supply Scripture after Scripture to an Arminian, and it does not mean anything.