Predestination, as explained by the Calvinist, seems to always to be presented as a product of necessity. In other words. if in fact one is predestined, there is no possible escape of it being so. Nothing had any effect on that course or can alter their destiny, for all is foreordained to come to pass and that by necessity from eternity past to eternity future. This raises an interesting point. If such a view is true, and one finds that he was predestined by necessity to salvation, how could he have ever been anything else than saved? Think about that for a minute. If one was ever lost, that would be contrary to his predestined salvation, for necessity demands no variation from a prescribed course. Necessity never changes. It is fixed and written in stone. There is not a shadow of turning from a predestined path. I would like for one holding to predestination as ones necessitated end, to explain to me how one can ever be something other than the necessitated end that one was predestined for? How could one predestined to salvation ever be a sinner, for if he was a sinner at any time it would have had to be just as necessitated for him to be a sinner. If he was necessitated to be a sinner, such necessity could not be altered, for necessity is necessity, and can not be altered or changed, right?