"Olson, a classical Arminian and author of the book Against Calvinism, is unaffiliated with the SBC, but has long asserted that most evangelicals -- not just Southern Baptists -- adhere to a sort of semi-Pelagian "folk religion," whose origins can be traced to the Second Great Awakening and revivalists in the mold of Charles Finney.
He believes the new document proves his thesis. "Traditional Christian doctrine, since Augustine anyway, has always been that people need a special infusion of God's grace to be able to respond to the gospel -- both Calvinists and classical Arminians agree on that," he said." (Christianity Today)
What many lay evangelicals believe today is not Arminianism. In fact, both Jacob Arminius and John Wesley repudiated it. It is actually a form of Pelagianism popularized by Charles Finney during the second Great Awakening. The statement "Adam's sin does not disable human free will" is NOT an acceptable, orthodox Christian position. It is heresy.
Self-styled Arminians are waking up to what Calvinists have been saying for decades: "No man can come to [Jesus] unless the Father draws him."
Perhaps we can hope for an outcome from this covnersation which orients American Evangelicalism back toward a biblical, "catholic" understanding of God's grace.