Well, your above doesn't even make sense and is non sequitur. You appear very confused about the truth of what Calvinists believe because you've misrepresented their beliefs. How is it that you've gotten it completely wrong even after "over a decade" of debating them?
The above is more straw man arguments so until you argue against what the true beliefs are you'll merely continue to erect them and beat on them.
But allow me to throw this in there: What or who do you want "controlling" your mind (psyche), the flesh, or the Spirit? Note Romans 8:5-8. Let's not falsely use "force" but remain biblical instead. It is God who causes us to obey him; Philippians 2:11-13; Ezekiel 36:27; Psalm 23:2 -- it isn't "forced." Thank God, without his working in us to desire these things by his Spirit we would all continue to go astray!
For the record it must be noted that faith is God's gift and is not innate; 1 Peter 1:3; Ephesians 1:19; Romans 12:3; Philippians 1:29 and comes from Christ, not within man; Acts 3:16; Romans 10:17. This doesn't imply "forced."
Yes, you've "painstakingly walked through the thoughts
" which are an erroneous misrepresentation, and you've failed to provide any Scripture. Therefore they are just your thoughts.
Calvinists don't accuse you of works because you have faith. frankly that's a silly unfounded assertion. You're making many accusations that are false, yet that is all they are, there is no proof to your assertions. They in fact go against what we truly believe. The burden of proof lies upon you to prove your accusations.
No Calvinist believes faith is a work, no matter how you attempt to construe it that way. In fact we've provided evidence, and proof that refutes your assertions, but you fail to concede or accept that you're wrong. You've failed to prove your point.
Can we have you deal truthfully with what we say and believe, or are you to continue the above misrepresentations and pretend to have won some argument that is completely false? I mean, you're a Christian, right?
Well, we all know that all anti-Calvinists don't believe Christ is God, or that he resurrected. Just wanted to throw that out there.
Now I'll begin to dismantle this belief, no matter how you attempt to prove it as false and not what you believe. I said they and you believe it, so that settles it.