I am speaking solely from my experience. But in my years of being a Christian I have seen a pattern in many Calvinists (not all) but many in that they are very judgmental and very dogmatic over issues the Bible is not that clear on. I have had some interesting discussions on FB over secondary issues with stronger Calvinists than me and each time I say lets not divide over secondary issues, but each time they get dogmatic and opinionated and sometimes I get unfriended or most likely blacklisted in their circles and all because I have a different opinion on a SECONDARY issue! If thats not christian immaturity and a lack of love I do not know what is! Randy Alcorn took the words from my mouth. He also talks about grace oriented christians whom love forgiveness and freedom, but see biblical standards as legalism, and biblical truth as being dogmatic and pharisee like. Having spent 4-years in a Weslyian University before I went to Bob Jones, I saw their error on too much grace and not enough truth, and then the polar opposite at BJU, and they were in general not even Calvinists!! Guys we need more grace and we need to balance Grace and Truth. How many Calvinists would recommend this Randy Alcorn book? Very few. Would Paul Washer or MacArthur? Probably not as Alcorn is not a Calvinist. See what I mean? This is why its a wise idea to read from non Calvinists to get BALANCE. There are people on Facebook whom have told me that Pastor Erwin Lutzer is a bad teacher and someone not paying any attention and all because of his moderate Calvinism and non Lordship views. Lutzer is a wonderful man of God and has far more grace than Paul Washer or others. No I need to strike a balance between Grace and Truth, for the way some of these hard-line Calvinists have treated me makes me seriously want to consider my disposition. I love Washer and MacArthur, but I see a general lack of grace in their die hard followers and a very judgmental attitude towards those that disagree with them on secondary matters. This is NOT HEALTHY.