Calvinism teaches that man's nature is totally unable to respond willingly even to the powerful Holy Spirit inspired gospel truth, yet they claim to still support the concept of human responsibility. How one can be unable to respond, but yet deemed response-able seems contradictory, to say the least. Do we define "responsible" as, "being punished for something you for which you are not response able?" I contend that what Calvinism is actually saying is that the gospel has total inability. The gospel is weaker than the fallen nature of man. The gospel, which is produced, inspired and carried by the Holy Spirit, is insufficient to enable a response. See, its not just about the nature of man being totally unable, its about the WORD of God being unable to enable a response. So, Calvinists can spend all day attempting to show us what we all already know, that men need divine assistance, but can they produce even one text which teaches that the gospel is not sufficient in providing that needed assistance by enabling a response?