The Problems of the Universalist Church

Not an original thought, but part of the name of a book that I’m reading as a prelude to my writing project.

Its full title has a familiar ring:

Problem of the Universalist Church, Or a Statement of Our Doctrines the Reasons For Preaching Them, the Causes Retarding the Growth of Universalism and a Plea for Better Methods a Discussion of the Work of the Church and The Duty of the Laity Including Hints and Helps for Pastors, Officers, Teachers and Parents on the Organization and Management of Sunday Schools and on Teaching and Governing Classes.

Or, if not familiar, certainly there’s something there to interest everyone…

Author: Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.

2 thoughts on “The Problems of the Universalist Church”

  1. Preachers Who Wear Out–Among other faults, “perpetual buzzing loses its novelty.” I want to make “perpetual buzzing” a sermon title; who would be the audience?

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