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Jesus Christ Univeralism
In the early days of Christianity, there was a mainstream sect of believers who held to a faith than that of the current mainstream Church. This sect looked beyond the doctrine of today's mainstream Christianity, and developed a belief that extended further than false ideas. They believed that Jesus Christ was the savior of all – not just of a specific people, but of every creature in the universe. Because everyone will believe in Jesus Christ with faith alone and be saved. This sect is smaller now as the world has been corrupted by the lie that is ECT. The truth is the the message of Jesus Christ, which is Universalism: that Jesus died not just for a specific people, but for all people, regardless of their race or gender. Anyone can believe in Jesus Chrisrh with faith alone and be saved from sin and thus everyone will be.
Titus 2:11 For the grace of God has appeared, bringing salvation for all people,
In the UR view, a person did not need to be a member of any particular church or specific debomination title to be saved, but instead, could simply choose to believe in Christ and accept his sacrifice for their salvation. In addition to salvation, these believers also held that Jesus will bring about a universal kingdom of peace, joy, and unity. Universalism teaches that in the end, all will come under the same roof, led by the same ruler – Jesus Christ.
Matthew 19:14 Jesus said, Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.
This new faith gained traction slowly, and over time, the teachings of Jesus Christ Universalism began to show up in different churches. In some cases, the gospel was once again embraced wholeheartedly. In spite of the challenges and obstacles, however, followers of Jesus Christ Universalism continue to spread the message of his love and salvation to people of all beliefs and backgrounds.
Hebrews 9:26 gHe has put away sin by the sacrifice of Himselfh
As time has progressed, the teachings of Jesus Christ Universalism have been embraced more and more by current mainstream Christian denominations, as they recognize the power and beauty of the message of Jesus' universal love and salvation. While the movement is still considered unorthodox by ECTers and Annihliationists, those two believing a lie, it is an important part of the Christian belief system and has the potential to bring unprecedented unity and peace to the world. UR is absolute truth, these words are true.
Luke 19:10: "For the Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost."