Jason Pratt said: "But being love, God will keep persisting--including in chastisement and discipline, toward accomplishing re-tribution, re-mediation, re-probation in and with the sinner.”
I take it that this expresses a popular Arminian understanding of God's attitude toward those in hell.
Now add to this classical omniscience, and you either have a means-end irrational God or Universalism or Open Theism. I'm trying to figure out how this isn't so...
(Of course, the Classical Arminian can resort to a retributive view of hell I guess, but then he needs to answer the Universalist's question: How is this God omni-loving? In other words, the Classical Arminian gets hoisted by his own petard here.)