Most here seem to assume that it is the Calvinistic believers who support true Divine Sovereignty, while the non-Calvinists somehow undermine it by insisting on man's free agency. But, look at this from another perspective, if you will. Which is more impressive: (1) The video gamer who fights through all undetermined actions of his opponents to accomplish victory, or (2) the video gamer who not only determines his avatar but the avatars of his opponents so as to accomplish victory. Likewise, which of these views of God is really more "sovereign" and powerful? God determining all things before they occur so as to accomplish his purpose. OR God accomplishing his ultimate purposes in, through, and despite all sinful and unholy things? I think the latter seems much more sovereign, powerful and impressive...plus it doesn't impugn the holiness of God by making him the ultimate cause of sin.