A common objection to unconditional election is that it makes God a respecter of persons and a demonstrator of partiality. They often appeal to Acts 10:34 (NKJV) While it is true that God is no repecter of persons, it is not a sound arugment against the biblical truth of unconditional election. This is an unvalid objection, because there is nothing in man that determins God's choice of certain individuals to salvation. This is why it is a work of grace and purely unconditional. I quote Augusts Strong on pg. 786 of his Systematic Theology. Praise God for His amazing grace to which I am forever in debt!