The problem with every noncalvinist is this: He has man as the measure of all things rather than God. What is good for man is the definition of good and what is bad for man is the definition of bad. God HAS to offer salvation to every single man of the fallen human race because that is what is good for man... and what is good for man is the essence of good. If God does not do what is good for man, then God is not good. Noncalvinists see man as God. They really do. They don't mean to. But they think God can only be good if he has man's welfare as a high priority. But where are the tears for the fallen angels? Noncals have no tears for them. They do not care about them. They do not think Jesus has to die for Satan and his ilk. Why? Because noncals are not angels- they are people. And to noncals only PEOPLE really matter because that is what they themselves are. God does not have to do ANYTHING for Satan. "Let him go to HELL!!! You don't have to die for him!! But you DO HAVE TO DIE FOR ME!!! Why? Because I AM THE MEASURE OF GOOD AND EVIL. Do what is good for me and mine or you are evil and I will not worship you!" But the fact is that the welfare of neither angels NOR men is the measure of good and evil. God is the measure. What is good is that which pleases him. What is evil is that which displeases him. And if you don't like him because he does not die to save you and everybody like you... well... maybe you are evil. Maybe, in fact, that is the very DEFINITION of evil.