Of course cheapening the Atonement by making it a mere option for the reprobate to mock and attempt to squander is to cheapen the entire Gospel Message and swing open the doors for anarchy, both in and out of the so-called ‘church.’ To make light of the Precious Blood is to incur the severest wrath of a Holy and very precise God. Christ died not to make all men equally ‘saveable’ but to SAVE to the uttermost those He has chosen to save before the foundations of the world (cf. Hebrews 10:29-31). Especially here the egalitarian impulse is profoundly ugly.
Insisting that Christ’s death applies equally to everyone may very well be the root of all other egalitarianisms that we are now plagued with. The atonement of Christ is not egalitarian. Everyone is not equal in Christ death. God discriminated for reasons known only to Himself, to have Christ die only for the Elect.
Can it be that Hypothetical Universalism is the motherload from where all other egalitarianism stems? Can it be that it is not a form of theological Marxism to make everyone equal and the same in the intent of the Atonement?
These sort of leveling impulses enter also where churches have reservations about infant baptism; if the fact that some children are born into a higher covenant status is rejected on the assumption of some unfairness in all children not being equal recipients of the covenant blessings, it unleashes all manner of egalitarian implications to rampage through society.
Even saying “all aborted babies go to heaven ” is an egalitarian impulse as it unlocks this same inevitable process as it denies the unequal foreordination of those souls. But even the Reformed churches have retreated from these fights in deference to “being nice.”