It has been said that a doctrine that is the most glorifying to God is the correct doctrine. To say that the Bible is sufficient for truth and doesn't need revision by papal decrees is more glorifying to God than the Catholic position. To say that salvation can not come by our good works but by Christ's sacrifice alone gives all glory to God. To say that Christ is God is to give glory to God. To believe that man is unwilling and unable to come to God is more glorifying to God than to believe man is capable. To believe that Christ chose his bride out of the good pleasure of his will rather than by the brides goodness is glorifying to God. To believe that Christ won't lose any of those he came to save is more glorifying to God. To believe that God is fully able to convince men of their own sinfullness and bring them to desire salvation brings glory to God. To believe that God can keep those vile sinners that He has saved is more glorifying to God. To accept the doctrines of grace is to accept a position that gives all glory to God in all matters of salvation. To reject them is to accept a lower position that gives less (or little) glory to God. Some might say 'My position that Christ died for all men of all time gives God more glory' but I tell you that it doesn't: if Christ knew all things and failed to save some of those he died for, he does NOT get glorified. Do you hold your position because you seek to glorify God? Or because you were brainwashed into believing it? Only giving God 100% of the credit gives Him 100% of the glory. Taking any credit at all (by saying the choice was up to you) is to take all 100% of that away from God.