Here are two excellent films we recommend on the subject of Universalism, one a personal story/drama and the other a well-researched documentary.

Hellbound the movie, by Kevin Miller

Produced by Kevin Miller


“Hellbound?” is a feature-length documentary that seeks to discover why we are so bound to the idea of hell and what our views on hell reveal about how we perceive God, justice, the Bible and, ultimately, ourselves. For many people, belief in hell as a place of eternal torment for the wicked is an indisputable tenet of Christian orthodoxy. In their view, rejecting or modifying this belief is tantamount to rejecting Christianity itself. But a growing number of believers disagree. They argue that we can have a loving God or we can have eternal hell, but we can’t have both. Hellbound examines the rationale for hell and its problematic nature when juxtaposed with the loving God and Abba of Jesus. The cast has defenders on both sides of the debate, including traditionalists and other believers rethinking the doctrine. Includes William Paul Young, Frank Schaeffer, Sharon Baker, Michael Hardin, Brian McLaren, Mark Driscoll, and Kevin DeYoung. Rent or buy on Amazon

Come Sunday, with Carlton Pearson

Come Sunday
Chiwetel Ejiofor, Gerard Catus, Allie McCulloch


Evangelist Carlton Pearson is ostracized by his church for preaching that there is no Hell. In this compelling drama, evangelist Carlton Pearson incites controversy among his peers and thousands of adherents when he shares his personal epiphany that there is no hell and that every person on Earth has already been saved. On Netflix