I have been having a discussion with Calvinist about the sovereignity of God in relation to evil (in particular moral evil/sin). I keep telling him he is not consistant in representing Orthadox Calvinism but he insists that he is. I think some of the statements he makes are fine, but it just seems he goes way over the line with other statements. Here are some of them, could you tell me your thoughts: 1) God determines the sinful choices and unbelief of men 2) God creates/produces moral evil (sin). 3) God is the primary cause of sin 4) The decretive will of God includes the sinful actions of free human agents 5) God must desire evil in some sense 6) God caused/produced the people's unbelief This appears to me to be a view of double-predestination held by Hyper-Calvinists, which Calvinistic scholars such as Piper, Sproul and MacArthur would denounce. Am I wrong?