Although Calvinism is popularly known (if at all) for the doctrine of predestination. It is slightly less known for its doctrine of the atonement: that Jesus died for His people.
To make such a proposition is to invite a challenge from many if not all modern Evangelicals: "don't you mean Jesus died for everybody?"
To which many if not all Calvinists would reply: "If Christ died for everyone why do people go to hell?"
Here is where Easter, Good Friday and Calvinism intersect: the death and resurrection of Christ, was it for nothing or did it really effect salvation?