One of the illegitimate criticisms of Calvinistic Doctrine in general Reformed Churches in particular is that they hold to a cold fatalism with respect to the state of the lost. Granted, there have been failures on the part of Calvinistic churches to seriously consider our Lord’s command to go into the all the world making disciples and baptizing them in the name of the Father, Son and Spirit. However, the failure to evangelize is largely due to disobedience and complacency rather than a deficiency in the Biblical doctrine. In fact, when one looks at the history of Revivals and evangelism, one comes to the striking realization that many of the deepest and most effective revivals have come under the preaching of Calvinistic or Reformed ministers. The entire way we do missions today is due to Calvinistic ministers like Andrew Fuller and William Carey, the founders of the Modern Mission Movement.