Many fine Christians of the past were Calvinists, and many fine Christians today are Calvinists. Some of them from long ago promoted Calvinism through their sermons, books and pamphlets, and some in more recent times have done so, and are doing so, through literature, radio, TV, and the internet. All of these means have influenced many persons to become Calvinists. And these Calvinists believe that Calvinism is the only legitimate interpretation of the Bible, at least with respect to their distinctive doctrines. On some other Biblical subjects they often hold the same views as many other Bible-believing Christians. A common faith in the Lord Jesus Christ enables Calvinists and non-Calvinists to enjoy warm Christian fellowship with one another.