Free, as in salvation

I was spending a bit of my Saturday morning looking for websites that offer worship material under the GNU Public Licence: a “copyleft” permission that’s been a engine behind the proliferation of open-source software. (The blog software I use is so licensed.)

I wanted to see if Christians were sharing their resources the same way as programmers. (And, more importantly, how. Some commonly shared standards would be nice.)

Guess what I found? Independent Universalists.

Glad Tidings Chapel, of Decatur, Arkansas

This is where we hope to carry on an interactive online ministry of proclaiming the message of Ultimate Reconciliation. This particular website was designed to be more efficient at fulfilling that purpose. That Jesus died to save all men, and that all men everywhere will be saved is the official public statement of this website.

Heck: we’re everywhere, just not in great numbers.

Categorized as Universalism

By Scott Wells

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

1 comment

  1. Thank you for the kind recognition. The recognition I am used to getting isn’t so kind. :))
    I was getting a fair amount of traffic from this website today, so I came over to see what was going on.
    It is an honor to have made your acquaintance.

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