When I have the strength again, I plan on writing a book, an accessible book, that explains what Evangelical Calvinism offers as an alternative to what most think of classical or 5 point Calvinism. I still think this is a needed corrective for many out there who are enmeshed in classical Calvinism because they think it’s their only orthodox alternative. Evangelical Calvinism starts with the revealed premise that God is triune love, as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Versus classical Calvinism which starts with the premise that God is a unitary God of law, and who thus relates, primarily, to creation through legal contact points (like the through an absolute decree of predestination so on and so forth). Evangelical Calvinists start with the notion that God relates to us, the apple of His creational eye, as an eternal Father relates to an eternal Son by an eternal Holy Spirit; it is purely relational, gracious, and loving rather than forensic, cold, and causally deterministic as we get in classical Calvinism (and Arminianism).