Me neither buddy, that's why we use All Scripture instead of just two Verses; but that means we DO use John 6:44 in Systematic Theology since it is Scripture. I'm keeping my hand on it, and so are you; you said so...I'm not into the belief that God is the sole active agent in salvation. Or that only saving grace given to the elect to regenerate them and to give them new birth is irresistible and effectual. Thats to much like coercion to me. The dragging, kicking and screaming scenario. The Holy Spirit does not overwhelm and force the person to repent and believe; rather, the Holy Spirit transforms the person’s heart so that they want to repent and believe. They choose to believe and that decision to believe is the most important choice we ever make. It shapes all our other decisions. God does not compel us to believe any more than He compels us to keep any commandments, despite His perfect desire to have us come to Him.
I'm not trying to say something crazy by believing Romans 1:16 and John 6:44; that's Systematic Theology. Don't you agree?
Does Romans 1:16 Abrogate John 6:44? If so, we have to take our hand off it; right?