Calvinism does not agree with the Father's heart for the lost. Love always thinks the best, and wants the best for others too. A child cannot understand Calvin thinking, it requires meticulous logic and intelligence to accept, it is not a simple theology for the poor. True faith from Jesus defies human logic and high intelligence. The gospel of Jesus is simple for a child to grasp and accept. The Calvinist cannot have the heart of an evangelist with much sincerity. He may witness to the lost but his mind tells him there is absolutely no hope for some. Calvin witness' out of duty, not love. It undermines having any faith or love for that the person being witnessed to, that they can truly be saved. Even if the lost are convinced that Jesus is knocking at the door and they confess and believe, the Calvinist has to walk away with no surety of salvation for that person. "He might be saved, then he might not, only time will tell." The Gospel is ALWAYS YES AND AMEN. Not maybe, maybe not. There is no faith in maybe. The Calvinist mindset destroys faith and love because there is no real confidence in prayers. The Calvinist has to look on their newborn babies with a degree of doubt. "This one may end up burning in hell for eternity, and I must accept that." What kind of mental attitude does this father have towards his child growing up? It can only be "I'll try but it might not be God's will for my son to be saved, or even succeed in life" That is not faith, that is maybe, maybe not. A farmer does not focus on a possible failure, he focuses on the hope of a full crop. The Calvinist has possible defeat on the mind before he even plants the seed. God wants to save the whole world, doesn't a father want all his children to be saved? The Calvinist cannot let Jesus be the author and finisher of faith. A saved son or daughter may go astray, so the Calvinist father HAS to consider not going after the lost sheep because they may not be a sheep in the first place. That can produce a very unstable "why try" attitude. So what does the Calvinist do for surety. He must lower others so that he rises. he must compare himself with others and say" Surely I must be God's chosen because I don't live like this one or that one." The Calvinist must continually feed off perceived failures and lacking of others to maintain a confidence. This is why the Calvinist seems so nasty with an elitist attitude. By correcting and disqualifying others he gains a temporary security. He is only looking for a confidence and surety that his theology has robbed him of. The Calvinist must have a carefully chosen series of many scriptures that seem to fit together with seemingly deep and logical explanations for their confidence of salvation, instead of simply"I believe". We should pity the Calvinist, give them truth and love and just smile when they attempt to disqualify, they are only children lacking faith and confidence in the simple Gospel of Jesus Christ.