If we are to say that anyone is free to accept or reject God, then we carry with that an assumption that human beings have within them the ability to make such a choice and we further presume that some human beings will make that choice. I have no problem asserting that human beings have free will in that they make choices each and every day- even unregenerate man can make the choice to do some good thing on any given day. In the end, I think the question that needs to be asked is, would a human being who is in bondage to sin have the desire to choose God? In my analysis and the description of fallen man in Scripture, I don’t think so. How prevenient grace is applied to mankind (whether conceived from a Wesleyan or Calvinistic model) is, to me, still a mystery; but I think the Bible is clear that it is the work of God and not man.