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Universalism, Christian doctrine that holds that everyone will ultimately be saved by divine grace. The Universalist Church in the United States, initially Calvinistic, was formed (1779) by Hosea Ballou and other New England nonconformists. Liberal and syncretist, in 1961 it joined the Unitarians to form the Unitarian Universalist Association.

See also: Unitarianism.

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