I have found myself reinterested in Calvinism after several years because one of my best friends has suddenly become a Calvinist in the last few months. Honestly, the only preachers I ever hear him talk about anymore are John Piper and Paul Washer. (Actually, this is about all I hear him talk about). Anyways, that's for another topic. But I understand that Calvinists focus greatly on God's glory, more so than any other concept or attribute. I understand that God's glory plays a key role in Calvinism. As a friend I went to school with said, "God is glorified when a sinner is cast into hell." In fact, my friend stated that he has reached a point in his life where "it's no longer about getting to heaven." He said he would gladly go to hell if God would receive glory from it. I am not a Calvinist, but I know there's numerous topics about God's glory and how it relates to Calvinism. I'm simply trying to understand some things because of my friend's situation (which came about, very, very suddenly after a mission trip to China). My question is this: For you non-Calvinists, is God's glory also the most important attribute in all of Christianity for you? If so, why? If not, what is it?