Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ also loved the church and gave Himself up for her, so that He might sanctify her, having cleansed her by the washing of water with the word, that He might present to Himself the church in all her glory, having no spot or wrinkle or any such thing; but that she would be holy and blameless.
5-Point Calvinist, Erwin Lutzer, writes: “But does the Bible actually teach that Christ died only for the elect? … Christ came for the specific purpose of paying a ransom only for those whom God had chosen … Husbands love your wives, just as Christ also loved the church and gave Himself up for her. (Eph. 5:25, emphasis mine) Husbands should be willing to die for their wives, just as Christ died for the church. Neither would die for spurious lovers. … Christ came not to pay a ransom for all, but to ‘save His people from their sins.’” (The Doctrines That Divide, pp.185-186, emphasis mine)
Lutzer directly contradicts 1st Timothy 2:6 which states that Christ “gave Himself as a ransom for all.” Although the aim of the cross was for the Church, 1st Timothy 2:3-4 reveals that God wants everyone in the Church, which is why Jesus said: “And I, if I am lifted up from the earth, will draw all men to Myself.” (John 12:32)
John Calvin writes: “That Christ, the redeemer of the whole world, commands the Gospel to be preached promiscuously to all does not seem congruent with special Election. ... But the solution of the difficulty lies in seeing how the doctrine of the Gospel offers salvation to all. That it is salvific for all I do not deny. But the question is whether the Lord in His counsel here destines salvation equally for all.” (Concerning the Eternal Predestination of God, pp.102, 103, emphasis mine)
Calvin comments: “Therefore Christ intends that the benefit of his death should extend to everyone; so people who exclude anyone from that hope of salvation are doing Christ a disservice.” (1 & 2 Timothy & Titus: Calvin, The Crossway Classic Commentaries, p.40, emphasis mine)
Calvin adds: “It is incontestable that Christ came for the expiation of the sins of the whole world.” (Concerning the Eternal Predestination of God, p.148, emphasis mine)
That answers that. Calvin was a 4-Point Calvinist. The Bible teaches that the scope of the atonement of Christ’s death was unlimited. When Jesus died on the cross, whom did He purchase? (Redemption is an entirely different matter.) Although “all men” were purchased at the cross, a person isn’t redeemed unless He believes in Christ. Until a person believes in Christ, he remains under judgment. (John 3:18)