Eduard, scripture says those chosen for eonian life were chosen before the disruption of the world (Ephesians 1:4), not because of anything we've done (Ephesians 2:8,9), but all will eventually be saved from death when death is abolished (1 Corinthians 15:26). All who die go to "hell" because that is just the Old English word used to translate the Greek "hades," literally "unseen," which is the state of dead souls. Even Christ went to the King James "hell" (Acts 2:27,31). "Hell" is not torture in fire forever for unbelievers. There is nothing you can do to keep yourself from going to "hell" when you die. Your adversary in your debate thinks he has chosen to be saved from "hell," but God chooses when anybody will be saved from death, not "hell," because all will be saved from death, some when Christ meets us in the air, and some at the consummation of the eons. That's the difference between the teaching of orthodoxy and the truth of scripture.
"We rely on the living God, Who is the Saviour of all mankind, especially of believers" (1 Timothy 4:10).
"Through Him to reconcile all to Him (making peace through the blood of His cross), through Him, whether those on the earth or those in the heavens" (Colossians 1:20).
"Yet now Christ has been roused from among the dead, the Firstfruit of those who are reposing. For since, in fact, through a man came death, through a Man, also, comes the resurrection of the dead. For even as, in Adam, all are dying, thus also, in Christ, shall all be vivified. Yet each in his own class: the Firstfruit, Christ; thereupon those who are Christ's in His presence; thereafter the consummation, whenever He may be giving up the kingdom to His God and Father, whenever He should be nullifying all sovereignty and all authority and power. For He must be reigning until He should be placing all His enemies under His feet. The last enemy is being abolished: death. For He subjects all under His feet. Now whenever He may be saying that all is subject, it is evident that it is outside of Him Who subjects all to Him. Now, whenever all may be subjected to Him, then the Son Himself also shall be subjected to Him Who subjects all to Him, that God may be All in all" (1 Corinthians 15:20-28).