Universal salvation and Calvinist election question


I have a question. Some Christians are broadly Calvinist but believe in universal salvation. For them , does that mean that the “Unconditional election” in the Calvinist TULIP acronym means that everyone is elected and that atonement is not limited?


I can’t speak for anyone else but my personal answer would be “yes”. However, I suggest no Calvinist could agree with me and remain a Calvinist.


Thanks, that clears that up. I suppose a Calvinist Universalist cannot be a 5 point Calvinist (and certainly not a 7 point one if you use John Piper’s extra two points and absolutely not a 10 point one if you use my extra 3 points that I outline here).