The subject of Calvinism is almost always associated with the free will/election debate while John Calvin is traditionally touted as the primary apologist for the Reformation's justification by faith alone. Noted and respected as a pioneer against works salvation, John Calvin's position on the doctrine of election is mostly considered as a secondary issue to the gospel. Has the election/freewill debate given undue cover for Calvin's gospel? In this booklet, author Paul Dohse argues that Calvin's gospel is just another variety of works salvation. He argues that Calvin's gospel is not good news at all, but a works salvation predicated on fear. It's not about election-the question is whether or not the gospel of Calvin can save people from eternal judgment.