In "Love Surrounds Us," a Tapestry of Faith program
Gather participants to hear the story. Explain that this story takes place when there were no cars, trains, or airplanes. People had to travel by horse, by boat, or on foot. It would take several days to get from one town to another.
Tell the story. Then, process with these questions:
Conclude by affirming:
Universalism gave people a message of love and hope. Many people welcomed the idea that they are loved by God no matter what.
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