Would it be fair to describe Calvinist 'monergism' as entailing a kind of monophysitism/monothelitism? What I mean is this: the Eastern Orthodox view of salvation, synergism, means the cooperation of the human being with God; this is consistent with the Orthodox view of the Incarnation. Just as in the Incarnation Divine nature did not swamp human nature out of existence (Eutychianism), in salvation God does not eliminate human nature from the equation, but draws us human beings into loving cooperation with Him.
By contrast, Calvinists don't think we cooperate at all in salvation; humanity plays no role, so...
Am I making any sense?
Why was the Godman necessary if in the end man has nothing to do with anything?