I was pondering the point non-Calvinists make about how God loves everyone equally, so he gives everyone an equal opportunity/capacity/ability/whatever to be saved. Let's assume that's true for a second. God loves everyone equally, and everyone has an equal shot. Don't people still go to hell? I mean, you're not all universalists, are you? If God loves everyone equally, why doesn't he work a little harder to convince everyone to repent and be saved? Is he really doing all he can? Why did he even allow the people who would reject him to be born? Why doesn't he kill them in infancy before they become accountable. Non-Calvinists, how do you get around the fact that God isn't convicting and convincing people more powerfully of their need for salvation? Is he doing all he can? He is God, right? He does have power over his creation, doesn't he? Maybe I'm just obtuse. Please help me figure out how you answer these questions.