The general answer to this is that the Calvinist has the proposition that all true believers will persevere and thus not lose salvation. Because the (hyper)Calvinist usually sees God as the primary causal agent of salvation, loss of salvation isn't possible since God will effect the perseverance.
The Calvinist struggles with counter-examples. But in Romans ...
Do any of the Church Fathers draw a connection between Eve and the Holy Spirit?
This is not coming from a Church Father view, but the writer had written on Eve and the Holy Spirit, see the link;
THE HOLY SPIRIT AND EVE AS HELPERS
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Did Mary lay her hands on all the Apostles in the Upper Room to pour out the Holy Spirit anointing?
The bible is silent in the narration in the Book of Acts, but the gospel is not silent that a "mere greetings" of Mary like the "greetings" of Archangel Gabriel can confer the gifts of the Holy Spirit for a well disposed soul to be "filled with the Holy ...
Did Mary "lay hands" on the Apostles in the Upper Room?
The short answer is YES! The Apostles needed the outouring of graces coming from the Holy Spirit the beloved Spouse of Mary the Mediatrix of all graces. She alone as the Soveregn Queen of the Apostles in the absence of Jesus the Eternal High Priest the King can "lay hands" and confer the ...
According to Catholicism at the Upper Room, did the Apostles follow the tradition of laying of hands and pouring of oil like the prophet Samuel?
After Pentecost; Apostolic Times
The laying of hands was practice by the Apostles but the "anointing of oils was mysteriously not mentioned.
Laying on of Hands Associated with the Coming of the Holy Spirit