I read lots of books on evangelism including many by Calvinist authors. Lately I have been reading an Arminian Baptist type book on evangelism by pastor Paul Chapell of Lancaster Baptist Church. I am reading story after story in this book of people that have been saved, discipled, and grow to be pastors or to work in the ministry full time. I have not read of such biblical success in any Calvinism based evangelism book I have read. I do not know if the people being led turn out to be false converts, but I can't assume that. It does not appear that Paul Chapell uses the 10 commandments nor gets into as much depth on sin, hellfire, and the coming judgment of Christ as the Calvinist evangelists do in their books. Perhaps this is the reason why he seems to get so many converts, but I can't say as maybe God is using this ministry. Newborn babes do not exactly fully understand hell, sin, the coming judgment, and other such doctrines that oftentimes the Calvinist based evangelism books push. So what if Calvinism is incorrect in some areas or all areas? These kinds of books certainly make me wonder. I try and read Arminian based books with the same fairness as the Calvinist books as I strive not to have a bias nor agenda. Every book is compared to the scripture and I find much scripture support in both the Calvinist and Arminian based evangelism books. So what say you?