"Age Lasting" Hell of Universalist Church
They have immortal souls in their "age lasting" Hell without proving the lost will be
immortal and will live forever after the judgment.
They believe all those in the age lasting Hell will be saved when the age is over.
Although Universalist have told me they do not believe in the soul being immortal they
believe that no one will ever be destroyed, that all will sooner or later end up in Heaven; I
can not see how all would not be immortal from the day of their birth if no one will ever
be destroyed, if no one will ever really be dead.
THEIR BIG PROBLEMS FOR UNIVERSALISM TO BE TRUE
THEY MUST PROVE
 IMMORTALITY: THAT THE LOST HAVE A SOUL THAT IS NOW
IMMORTAL OR THE LOST WILL ALL BE MADE IMMORTAL AFTER DEATH,
this immaterial part of a person cannot die and will outlast the "age lasting" Hell. To
have never ending life is as immortal as immortal can be. IF NO ONE WILL EVER
DIE AND ALL WILL LIVE FOREVER IN HEAVEN, HOW COULD ALL NOT
HAVE ETERNAL LIFE? HOW MUCH MORE IMMORTAL COULD A PERSON
 THE DEATH PRNALTY: THAT THERE IS NO DEATH, those who do not
believe on Christ will not perish but will have eternal life the same as those who do
believe [John 3:16].
 HELL: THAT THERE IS A HELL even if it is only "age lasting" and will be more
of a disciplinary character or “attitude adjustments” than punishment.
UNIVERSALIST MUST PROVE THAT ALL MEN NOW HAVE AN
IMMATERIAL PART THAT IF IS NOT NOW IMMORTAL IT WILL BE MADE
IMMORTAL IN ALL MANKIND AFTER THE “ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT,”
THAT IF ALL ARE NOW IMMORTAL THEN ALL WITH BE GIVEN
IMMORTALTUY. In the "Debate on the Destiny of the Wicked" between George T.
Carpenter of the church of Christ and John Hughes of the Universalist Church, 1875,
Hughes says, "The soul, the principle of animal life. The spirit, the 'inward man,' the real
man, to be invested in the resurrection with a new, spiritual body; clothed with
immortality, to live forever in the spirit world." Even so, most Universalist seems to be as
unsure of what part of a person, soul or spirit, they think has immortality, as are most
Protestants who believe some part of a person is now immortal and can never die
therefore, this immortal part of a person must live forever somewhere. Universalist must
prove that Christ will give "eternal life" to all, even to those who do not come to Him
[John 5:40]. They know this and know that all will not come to Christ in this lifetime;
therefore, they have made up an "age" after the resurrection, which is not in the Bible, in
which they think all will come to Christ.
 THE DEATH PENALTY
They MUST do away with the Bible teaching on death. There can be no wages of sin,
as they believe there is no death. The only real difference with them and unconditional
immoralist is where their immortal souls will end up, (1) some in Heaven and some in
Hell, (2) or all in Heaven.
Both must do away with death. Both must deny the Bible when it says, "The
wages of sin is death."