with Adam's sin everybody was condemned. all that were in Adam are therefore dead. focus on personally committed sins is actually a poor approach, for every man is condemned because of the sin of Adam, and that personal sins do not cause condemnation. rather they are proof of man's depravity. is every man therefore to be blamed for his own condemnation? if yes, how? if the first sin was imputed to everyone without choice for each man, then how was it grace for God to get everyone totally depraved with the effect that none will choose for God come the general call and that God will give His elects the effectual call as calvinists affirm? true, calvinists will say it's grace that God imputed Christ's rigtheousness to God's elects. however, the focus seems to be too quiet about those who are non-elect, that it was not their choice to get condemned and thus depraved, for the first sin was simply sovereignly imputed to them.