I used this analogy in another post but want to vet it further in a new thread. I realize all analogies fall short of perfect representation of any one view, but please explain how this analogy doesn't correctly represent the universal call/invitation of the gospel that goes into all the world from the Calvinistic perspective: Imagine a Governor standing in front of a bunch of prison inmates knowing full well that 95% of them couldn't understand any english and saying without any interpretation, "If you will come to me and apologize for your crime you will be set free, otherwise you will be tortured for the rest of your life in this prison." All the while making statements like, "I don't want any one to be tortured, but all to be set free from this prison," and "I love the prisoners and have provided pardon for their crimes." Is that a genuine invitation? Considering that the Governor is fully aware of the inmates inability to understand english and thus respond to the invitation, I don't see how that can be viewed as a genuine invitation. But how is that different from the Calvinistic view of God's universal gospel call?