But the other 3 are still going to be executed in the end.
Where did I say that?
He pardoned them.
You see, you prove over and over again that you don't even understand what Calvinism (or the Bible) teaches.
They're still condemned murderers. So I don't see how the analogy fits your beliefs.
That's because you don't want to understand my beliefs.
You only want to attack them, and actual FACTS get in the way of that.
That's not my theology. God loves everyone enough to let them make their own choice, even if they choose to reject Him. If He said, "I don't care what you want; I'm overriding your decisions", then that's not love - that's enslavement.
Enslavement doesn't deny love.
But if you deny enslavement, then you deny the BIBLE.
But then again, we already knew that, didn't we?:
Rom. 6:16 Do you not know that if you present yourselves to anyone as obedient slaves, you are slaves of the one whom you obey, either of sin, which leads to death, or of obedience, which leads to righteousness?
Rom. 6:17 But thanks be to God, that you who were once slaves of sin have become obedient from the heart to the standard of teaching to which you were committed,
Rom. 6:18 and, having been set free [passive] from sin, have become slaves of righteousness.
So He does care about everyone, but if they choose to pursue money (Judas), vanity (the Pharisees), or pride (Nebuchadnezzar), He'll suffer it to happen but always calls them to repent.
Any father who "allows" their children to suffer, or die when he could prevent it, even by force, is an EVIL "father".
I won't post anything further because to explain my theology will mean explaining the entire Orthodox system, and I don't have time for that big a discussion at present.
You don't need to "post anything further", because it's quite clear from all the passages I've cited and quoted that your theology is directly contradictory to God's word, the BIBLE.