What is Unitarian Universalism?
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Unitarian Universalism denies the trinity and believes all people are already saved. It is a false belief system.
Unitarian Universalism is mostly in the United States. It denies the trinity. This means they don’t believe in the Father, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. They choose to believe everyone already has salvation. According to Unitarian Universalism, there is no need to believe in Jesus.
Unitarian Universalists believe that since God is love, He wouldn’t send anyone to hell. The Bible tells us that while God is loving, He is also just. God never sends anyone to hell. Rather, those who don’t believe in Jesus will be in hell, separated from God.
Those people who claim to be Unitarian Universalists do not believe the Bible to be divine. This means they don’t believe the Bible was written by God. They believe the Bible to be poetry, myth, and moral teachings.
Unitarian Universalists believe Jesus was just a good, moral teacher, but they don’t believe He is God. Most Unitarian Universalists don’t believe in an afterlife. Instead, they believe the only life we have is here on the earth. Unitarian Universalism is a false belief system and rejects the truth of the Bible, the trinity, and the divinity of Jesus.
"God has breathed life into all Scripture. It is useful for teaching us what is true. It is useful for correcting our mistakes. It is useful for making our lives whole again. It is useful for training us to do what is right. By using Scripture, the servant of God can be completely prepared to do every good thing" (2 Timothy 3:16-17).
"In the beginning, the Word was already there. The Word was with God, and the Word was God" (John 1:1).
"Jesus said to her, 'I am the resurrection and the life. Anyone who believes in me will live, even if they die'" (John 11:25).