Universalist Quote of the Day #209

“Universalism as hitherto expounded and applied is without doubt incomplete and faulty.  It will be better understood and more consistently set forth.  But it’s seed-thought–that God is the eternal Father of mankind, and that right and not wrong, good and not evil, happiness and not misery, are the sure outcome of his creation and providence–is God’s own thought, and is as sure of the whole religious field erelong as noon is to follow dawn. . . But whatever this church is to do or become as an organization, one thing, I think, is clear, it stands for the fullest and most rational gospel that the human mind has ever been invited to examine, or the human heart to enjoy.”

–Rev. I. M. Atwood


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