I know we have discussed this some before, but I'd like to focus it a bit more... If one of the primary motivating factors against unconditional election is that God passes over some unfairly, through no fault of their own...How does a non cal explain the situation in which multitudes of people in remote places have lived their whole lives without ever hearing the Gospel, while other parts of the world have heard the Gospel many times. It certainly doesn't seem that everyone has the same chance to come to Christ, which is one of main accusations against calvinism. A few points of clarification: 1. Would not a non-cal AT LEAST have to accept that God, while not changing people's wills, at least gives some people access to the Gospel, while many others are "passed over" their whole lives? 2. Some have said in other threads that if the native in a pagan land sees God in nature, and seeks him, then God will provide additional light and send the gospel their, in response to that person's seeking. I'm curious as to where in the Bible they find this. 3. If #2 is true, and each person has a completely free will that may or may not respond positively to God's general revelation in nature, a free will such that God has given no single person any more or less inclination to come to God than any other person...Is it not curious that there have not been more individuals who have sought God, and thereby had the Gospel sent to their locations, rather than what we see currently, where large groups of people still have NO gospel witness? If God worked this way, would there not be at least a few believers in nearly every tribe and village?