Thank you for this clear answer!The Libertarian Will and the desire are outside of each other but interconnected but conglomerately inside the man.
You are different from other LFWers because most do say that the man is the will and you can see the problem this would cause with your statement above.
The statement the man is the will leaves no room for desire to be “inside the man” without also being “inside the will”!
Do you see the problem with the statement the man is the will?
As stated previously...The Calvinist view has the within and outside of the man as the last two dominoes of the set where the Will is only perceived to be libertarianly free. Correct?
Calvinism is simple and consistent...
Influences are external to man...
Mans nature, character, desire filters through those influences before the will...
Then the greatest desired influence becomes the object of willing
Sin affects it all before it reaches the will... and the will itself!
God can intervene at any point before the will!
I believe this is clear, consistent, and biblical!