I'm trying to get some feedback regarding Lutheran Theology and Confessional Lutherans in general. From my experience Lutheran Theology strikes of Synergism in the fact that although one cannot choose Christ and Faith is truly a Gift of God one can fall away after receiving the Faith if he chooses to reject his Baptism. I read alot about the fact that Lutheran was in the Monergistic vein and Melancthon was the Synergist. How do we approach our Lutheran brethren with the right hand of Fellowship when they (Strong Confessional Lutherans) condemn Calvin and feel that he may even be in Hell and that if one doesn't give up Calvinism and the "Theology of the Glory" he/she is damning their own soul? Men like Paul McCain and other Lutherans are so adamant that Calvinism is the downfall of American Protestantism and is the root of Baptist, Pentecostal, and all other "Theology of Glory" religions. Can anyone offer some perspective from a Reformed point of view? Thank You in Advance!