I think of Spurgeon as a reasoned Calvinist. He was called an Arminian by others of his day. In turn, he would refer to Hyper-Cals as "antinomians." D. James Kennedy would be a good example of an evangelistic Calvinist. Are the lines of distinction in Calvinist flavors only "Calvinist" versus "HyperCalvinist"? Or is there a wider range of differences? If so, please explain. If not, what is the difference between one who is just a Calvinist, and the one who is a "HyperCalvinist"?