In another thread someone used this "omnibenevolence" (whatever that is) stuff to declare that God, being "omnibenevolent", basically means that he HAS to offer salvation to all of his creatures. Since he is all loving he has to try to save everything that falls and suffers. The idea of the non-cal here is that God has to try to save fallen creatures just like God has to always tell the truth. It is His nature to tell the truth so it is what he must do. Just so, to the non-cal, it is God's NATURE to love everybody so he must try to save everybody. Except... He doesn't try to save all fallen creatures. Did Christ die for Satan? Is God trying vociferously to redeem demons? Are they not his creatures? Ah, so God can ELECT which creatures he wants to save and leave the rest to their damnable fate. I see.