I agree, but that is not the Arminian argument. The question I ask is about who makes the the decision that makes it certain. In your system, God's decree establishes the certainty, and thus, before I am born, every decision I have ever made and will make in the future is certain because of his decree alone.Thats not my point. If a choice is known beforehand is the contrary choice possible? I would say no given the choice is certain to be made. What say you?