I shall copy/paste here from The Society of Evangelical Arminians.
I don't want to get into the peculiarities of what was said there. The I just want to say of these 10 questions I answer Yes to all but 2 and 4. But I shall also clarify my position on 7 somewhat.
For 2, my position on Original Sin is only that it is a Genetic predisposition to Sin. I believe all have sinned and fallen short and that we can't earn Salvation, we are saved by Grace through Faith alone apart from Works. But I disagree with the notion that even the Faith is given by God. The verses misused on that subject others have addressed.
For 4, my saying no is in no way based on a Calvanist definition. I've discussed on this blog before that we are Born Again at the Resurrection.
For 7, What makes me not a Calvanist even on their Fifth point is that I believe a believer can and many have made a shipwreck of their faith but that will not result in losing Salvation. Including if they die in Sin and/or unbelief like Saul and Solomon did.
I will leave up to other to judge if I qualify, either way it's now how I'd ever identify myself because I base my beliefs on The Bible not Arminus or any other reformer or pope or patriarch or pastor.
What I will say hypothetically is my response to those that might say "if Free Will is the foundation of Arminianism that how can Eternal Security be compatible? Shouldn't you be able to choose to lose faith if you choose?".
My answer is in the parable of the Prodigal Son, we are God's Children and we can choose to forfeit our inheritance but our actions will never make us cease to be God's Children.