Arminians view Arminian theology has more loving than Reformed theology. According to Reformed theology, the damned never had a chance. But according to Arminian theology, so we’re told, everyone has a chance to go to heaven. Christ died for everyone, and the Holy Spirit confers sufficient grace on everyone–sufficient for everyone to either believe or disbelieve the gospel. That supposedly makes Arminianism fairer than Calvinism. Everyone has an equal shot, an equal opportunity.
However, that’s an illusion–even on Arminian grounds. In Arminian theology, God foreknows who will believe the gospel and who will disbelieve the gospel. And God creates everyone fully cognizant of that outcome.
Therefore, there is no chance in the slightest that either party will do otherwise. Those whom God has foreknown will believe the gospel have no chance of disbelieving the gospel, while those whom God has foreknown will disbelieve the gospel have no chance of believing the gospel.
Far from giving sinners a chance to avoid hell, when God has advance knowledge of the fact that by creating some individuals, they will reject the gospel, and he creates them anyway, God thereby renders it absolutely certain that they will spend eternity in hell. It’s not as if they have a 50/50 chance of avoiding hell. To the contrary, the outcome is a sure thing. God sealed their doom by creating them–in full light of the outcome. Their fate is a foregone conclusion. Before they were born, their fate was assured.
Now, Arminians, if they like, can still try to argue that this is fairer than Calvinism. But they can’t argue that on the basis of giving everyone a chance to either go to heaven or hell. By the time God made them, and by making them, that’s no longer in the cards.