Yesterday, I was scanning through good, possible Internet domains to keep anti-Universalists from squatting on good names. (It’s happened before.) Â I do this every few months.Â Lo and behold, following up on one that had been registered, I discovered LargerHope.org. (Larger hope is a common self-descriptionÂ for Universalists, and the title of the standard two-volume institutional history of Universalism.)
The site a mapping tool to “provide a way for others who believe the word of God to connect with one another”; that is, those who believe in Universal Salvation. Quite the blessing, and a very good idea. Go and review the theological statement — not to all convictions of those who read this blog — and if you’re a good match be sure to put your name on the map. Be warned; you’ll be sharing your email address too, so you might want to use a forwarding address.