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Hyper-Calvinism is a variant of Calvinism, which holds that (according to Calvinist theology), since God saves the elect through His own choice and not in any way on account of human works, it follows that attempting to convert non-believers is unnecessary (because the elect will be saved no matter what).

Hyper-Calvinism is generally considered to be outside the mainstream of Christian theology (even within Calvinism) because of its lack of emphasis on evangelism, which appears to conflict with the Great Commission.[1][2]


  1. http://www.gotquestions.org/hyper-calvinism.html
  2. http://www.spurgeon.org/~phil/articles/hypercal.htm