The Evangelical Universalist Forum

Just because some versions of universalism are problematic doesn't mean all versions are—Robin Parry

If we are going to be thinking about whether universalism is true or not, we at least need to have a nuanced and clear understanding of what it actually is we’re thinking about.

If you find some version of universalism problematic—and all of us will—that shouldn’t shut down the question itself because it may well be that there are versions of universalism that don’t suffer from those particular things we find problematic.

If you find something I say, “Oh, that’s nuts, that’s not going to work, that won’t fly,” you shouldn’t leap to the conclusion that universalism can’t ever fly—there probably is another way of reconfiguring it.