If the SBC is your denominational world, you have doubtless heard about the controversial document called “A Statement of the Traditional Southern Baptist Understanding of God’s Plan of Salvation.”
I found it sort of interesting that Arminian theologian Roger Olson has criticized the document for being more semi-pelagian than Arminian. He writes,
"Let me say first that among the authors and promoters of the statement are Southern Baptist theologians who have been adamantly denying that they are Arminians even though they are not Calvinists. I have thought, upon reading some of their writings (e.g., Whosoever Will), that they are Arminians who just don’t want to wear that label. Now, however, I’m not so sure. . . . A classical Arminian would never deny that Adam’s sin resulted in the incapacitation of any person’s free will."
Joe Carter has put together a very helpful blog post here. He notes that this position has only been "traditional" since 1963. See this post by Thomas Kidd.
Al Mohler has weighed in here.
Tom Ascol is in the process of responding now (5 Parts so far).