Originally Posted by Colossians
Here's the scenario again:
Calvinist (C): "What is the attribute present in Fred but lacking in Bill, which causes Fred to make the infinitely better decision of choosing for God (as distinct from Bill who chooses against God)?"
For all those who actually took Logic 101, this is a classic case of the logical fallacy called "begging the question" since this statement rests entirely on the unproven proposition that there is a single factor that is present which forces Fred to choose for God and the single factor being absent forces Bill to choose against God.
Until the poser that posted that question can prove that there is actually a single factor that can affect all the complex decisions making of both Fred and Bill throughout their entire lives with the effect of overriding all the other factors that affect all the rest of the decisions they make, the question is a logical indeterminacy according to the rules of formal logic.