The Heresy of Universal Salvation—The Belief that All Men Will Be Saved

A Collection of 1-minute devotions uncovering the false teaching of Universal Salvation.

Universal salvation is an old heresy, but it's becoming increasingly popular with our current culture. These devotions will help Christians respond to questions biblically.

If a person believes that all men will be saved, they must also believe that Scripture is full of lies.
This devotion explains why universal salvation requires a low view of God and His Word.
Wishing all men will be saved sounds like a godly wish, but it denies some of the most essential aspects of our faith.
Sadly, those who promote universal salvation are not helping people but deceiving them.
We can't trust the words of Christ and maintain a belief in universal salvation.

Proponents of universal salvation sometimes claim that when Jesus mentioned Hell He was simply referring to a garbage dump. This devotion examines that teaching.
These six passages are used misused by those who teach universal salvation. See what these passages actually teach. 

Is it "Hell and Brimstone" or "Love and Universal Salvation"? Don't let people dictate your beliefs based on these extremes.

Be Prepared: Why Would a Loving God Send Men to Hell? 
This devotion offers a concise, biblical answer to this difficult question. 
Some of the biggest proponents of universal salvation are those who call themselves ex-vangelicals or progressive Christians. Read about the foundation of their faulty movement. 
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A Collection of 1-minute devotions uncovering the false teaching of Universal Salvation.

Bible Love Notes


  1. Universal salvation does not believe that you can be saved without repentance. They believe that God will lead all to repentance, just like he led you to repentance.

    1. Actually, some people who believe in Universal Salvation do believe that you will go to heaven without repentance. However, the "Christianized" version believes that a person can live their entire life hating God but when they die, He will lead them to repentance. Either version contradicts Scripture.