"Amyraldianism . . . implies a twofold will of God, whereby he wills the salvation of all humankind on condition of faith but wills the salvation of the elect specifically and unconditionally. The theological difficulty of God's will having been frustrated by the fact that not all are saved is met by the argument that God only willed their salvation on the condition of faith. Where an individual has no faith, then God has not willed the salvation of that person?" [^1]

[^1]: Andrew McGowan, The Dictionary of Historical Theology (Eerdmans, 2000), 12. s.v. Amyraldianism.