DAN N SAID:
“False dilemma. God is succeeds in loving everyone, and succeeds in saving those who He intends to save (i.e. believers).”
Well, if you’re going to dichotomize God’s redemptive love from his redemptive intent, then Arminianism is consistent with the following outcome:
God loves everyone without exception and damns everyone without exception. God loves absolutely everyone and fully intends to save absolutely no one. God successfully loves every single sinner while he successfully intends to save no one at all.
Suppose a lifeguard says he loves every drowning swimmer, but only rescues those with blond hair and blue eyes. Yet he’s just at successful at loving each and every drowning victim whom he never intends to rescue. For his intention to let them drown should never cast suspicion on the universality of his love.
Once again, we see how much more loving the Arminian gospel is than the Reformed gospel.