Arminians assure us that the Arminian God is more loving than the Calvinist God. Yet Arminians also believe in hell, which doesn’t seem like a very loving way to treat your loved ones.
Their fallback is to claim that God has to take the bad with the good. God can’t make a world in which everyone freely chooses him.
But is that a plausible claim, even on libertarian assumptions? Although this article is specific to Molinism, it raises parallel questions for Arminianism:
HT: Paul Manata