Tom Ascol nails it: "The resurgence of Calvinism within the SBC bodes well for our churches and missional efforts. It is leading to a reexamination of what the Gospel actually is, which is leading to a recovery of that Gospel and a more thoughtful, biblical approach to proclaiming it. And that is the foundation of reformation and revival."
One Scottish pastor sees "systematic expository preaching, exercise of church discipline, Calvinist doctrine, ministry in the power of the Spirit, focus on prayer, evangelism, and church planting" as the building blocks of revival.
Kangaroodort thinks Calvinists "should have the decency to stop trying to tell Arminians why they reject Calvinism." So, we should quit trying to explain total depravity? Oh, come on. I'm kidding. (Sort of.)
Pastor Joe Scearbo believes that God's election is based on his foreknowledge of who would and wouldn't have faith in him (i.e., God chose us because we first chose him) -- and yet he accusesCalvinists of trying to put God in a box.
When the world seems overwhelming, remember that evil plays a role in God's ultimate plan. He remains sovereign.