Paleocrat does seem to be a decent fellow. This also shows as the Saints have said in the past that we should pray for those of good will and company as it often becomes useless to pray for habitual sinners.
Out of curiosity, why is it that many Conservative Calvinists/Presbyterians(not to be confused with Puritans) make up a sizable percentage of serious converts? Is it because they are better read than most, and thus like Calvinists/Reformed in the past, they either end up falling into laxity/rationalism/agnosticism/unitarianism or they see that to avoid this, they must convert to the true faith?
Also, Paleocrat is in need of prayers as Satan is looking to destroy him while making an early bid for his children's souls.