If the brethren of Outside The Camp are to be believed, only the smallest microscopic portion of all humanity are the elect of God: His privileged handful who have been imputed the grace of the Gospel of Christ. According to the folks at Outside the Camp: 1. if you are not a 5-point Calvinist, you are not regenerate 2. if you are a 5-point Calvinist, and you "speak peace" to anyone who is not a 5-point Calvinist, you are not regenerate. Let's see, if what they believe is true, I have not knowingly met a single regenerate person in my life, nor am I regenerate, and I can assume the vast majority of those who post on this website are also not regenerate. According to Outside the Camp, A. W. Pink was not regenerate because he made the mistake of saying that some understanding about God's sovereignty is a characteristic of mature believers (and not believers period). According to Outside the Camp, Still Waters Revival Books teach false religion because they make the mistake of endorsing literature written by "tolerant Calvinists" that acknowledge non-Calvinists as part of the "visible church" of Christ. According to Outside the Camp, John Calvin himself was not regenerate because he said some things that could be read as support for "universal atonement." Don't you think that it's kind of ridiculous to determine one's standing before God based upon the meticulous parsing of a few sentences penned at some time in the person's life? If Outside the Camp are to be believed, the elect are a frighteningly minute portion of humanity indeed.