i may have said this too many times already. yet with everything there is still this "gap" within the 5 points of calvinism. starting from Total Depravity, each man gets to be condemned at birth because of the sin of Adam that is passed to everyone. also, there is the sin nature that is transmitted to everyone, making everyone sin in their own, each sin worthy of condemnation. then comes Unlimited Atonement until Perseverance of the Saints, all focused on God and His dealing with His elects. come judgement, calvinists will simply end up the non-elects of being condemned due to their own sins. now what actually happened to that imputed sin? isn't it that it is the primary cause of each one's condemnation? but it cannot be heard from the calvinist camp, except that each one commits his/her own sins that are worthy of condemnation. in fact, the focus on the personal sins of everyone becomes to "over-clouding" an issue that it becomes forgotten that even if the non-elects do not commit a single sin all their life, they are still condemned due to that impuation. while some would say that "we are in Adam", this never satisfies for convincing anyone that each one is worthy of Adam's sin. the point is, it is of God! God is the one who sovereignly imputed the sin of Adam to everyone so that everyone will get to be condemned at birth. and it is without any regard for anyone's volition. now what is the purpose of that? well, God imputed Adam's sin to everyone so that Christ's death will reach everyone. calvinists cannot and would not say the same. in fact, they do not discuss the purpose of that imputed sin! there are, however, the double predestinarians, who believe that God cause the both the condemnation and salvation of everyone.