I'm praying that this resolves the matter rather than redirects an argument, if it's even remotely possible within the framework of God's gift to me and through me. I'm for multifaceted dialogue like the next person, but I don't really care to get into a bunch of Church history on the Trinity, the debate over it in recent centuries since Miguel Servetus, etc., that at the end of the day is more of what we had before and is not only not productive about UR discussion but may polarize people again as some Universalists are Trinitarian, while others aren't.
I don't see how staying with the mission for the boards is counterproductive to people of other religions coming to faith in Christ in a way that foresees all of Creation being re-headed through Jesus Christ. Arminians and Calvinists take it or leave it as far as those EXTRA demensions of apologetics, depending upon the particular calling of their lives, their equipping from the Lord, and most especially based upon what's most fruitful in their lives. I don't see why Universalists of all Christian groups are the most obliged to either remove the focus or to liberalize the message away from a focus on Jesus Christ and the veracity of the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments. We simply have a focus that we're maintaining. We tried having twice the number of boards that we now have, and it didn't work. It was counterproductive. It bore little more than strife for fruit and it wounded many consciences. So, we've streamlined down for the time being.
Jesus Christ is the center rather than Church history as it relates to other topics, or trying to prove every other group wrong about a million other theological opinions. Some Universalists believe in afterlife punishments for the balance of this age and for the next age for a great many offenders, while others believe in a total cessation of life until the resurrection, while some believe that whenever everyone dies, irrespective of their creed in this life that they're immediately facing a confrontation with Jesus Christ and an immediate renunciation of all that's not fit for eternal glory from their previous lives. We're not here to establish which position is more correct than the others until the Lord has provided much greater light of the Scriptures that isn't based upon human reasoning but upon His infallible Word. We're here to encourage everyone to study deeper, to weigh and consider regarding any insights that are presented as to HOW Jesus Christ will FILL God's House, and to go from here and bring about Creation's restoration from condemnation and the dark age madness of seeing a great gulf still fixed between man and God that Jesus Christ has bridged.
We all err in many things, but this isn't the place where everybody's dirty laundry will be aired out and where anyone will find condemnation. We're simply here to love one another, encourage one another to love and good works, and to help people that are starting to perceive the message of the Universal Restoration in the Scriptures. Love emerging from the finished work of Jesus Christ is the goal of everything here, and pointing people to the finished work of Jesus Christ where all of Creation is concerned is paramount.
Christian Universalism isn't about validating every other religion, but it's the declaration that Jesus Christ is strong enough to spoil every religion of it's captives and to bring them away from all of those philosophies to embrace His Way Alone (Colossians 2; 2Corinthians 10).
The only thing that I added with this edit is in blue.