Ok, I'm not a Calvinist, but I must say that my Calvinistic brethren do not usually get into the trouble of forced (read: false) professions of faith. Now, I have something that has been bothering me. Church camps every year boast hordes of conversions, and I have known people who have been "saved" nearly every year at church camp. I find these problems at church camp: 1. Convincing (even unintentionally) the saved that they are not saved, then promptly shoving them down the aisle 2. Having such an emphasis on "walking down the aisle" that masses of children/youth make false professions I just see a problem when the same kids seem to go to camp every year, but we still have extremely high "conversion" numbers. Am I alone in this thinking?