If you know a person who claims to be a Christian and thinks everyone from the past, present and future will enter God’s paradise kingdom after death, that person is a Universalist. There have been various famous people of the past who have embraced Universalism. That listing includes Albert Schweitzer, Frank Lloyd Wright and even Rod Serling, the writer behind the strange movie series of the past, The Twilight Zone. Regardless who believes a certain doctrine or not, it must be examined (tested) with Scripture. When that is done, the fine-sounding doctrine of Universalism falls dreadfully short!
All it takes to devastate Universalism is a single Scripture which shows a person (any person) who does not enter God’s paradise kingdom. If such is found, then Universalism has been disproved, which is clearly the case (Mt. 13:41,42; 25:41,46; Rev. 20:15; etc.). Just from the hell warnings cited in the gospels, it should be apparent that a real fiery place does exist beyond the grave where the wicked will go.
Various modern day proponents of Universalism can be adamant and sincere as they try to convince their listeners of Universalism, but they are all sincerely wrong. One example of such a teacher is zealous Gary Amirault. He has been dealt with and his chief arguments dismantled at Evangelical Outreach. True salvation comes to all who are willing to repent of their sins and submissively follow the Lord Jesus Christ in this sinful society (John 14:6; Acts 20:21; 26:20; 2 Pet. 3:9; etc.). One must endure to the end to enter God’s kingdom (Mt. 10:22; Heb. 3:14; Rev. 2:10,11). Hence, there is no eternal security under grace.
Dan Corner Exposes Universalist Gary Amirault
Gary Amirault gets the skull and crossbones award from Evangelical Outreach.