I agree that the Internet is probably the best medium for sharing the truth of the evangel, and it's probably the way that all will see Christ when he returns to Jerusalem. I became aware of universal reconciliation online even though it took me a lot more searching and reading until I believed it because scripture translated correctly makes it obvious that it is the truth. It was a strange experience because I was on a die hard King James site when I suddenly and mysteriously got bounced to another site about universal reconciliation. I thought it had to be bogus because I never heard of it before. So I read as much as I could about it online trying to disprove it, but I gradually became convinced it had to be true. Then I was mad at the church for hiding it from me until I realized that was because it threatens the very foundation of the church which is irrational fear of torture in fire forever that's based on forgery in the translation of scripture after trying to suppress scripture first by killing people by burning them at the stake with real fire just for reading scripture. The church has an evil history, and it preaches an evil doctrine. The inspired written word of God reveals the truth that all on earth and in the heavens are reconciled to God through Christ's blood on the cross so that God may be all in all. I don't think most folks appreciate how blessed we are just to be able to read scripture without persecution at least in many parts of the world. Now it's not the church persecuting people for reading scripture because it has just distorted it to portray its lie. Now it's worldly governments leading the charge for invalidating scripture, and the US government is one of them by allowing the militant atheists to eliminate God in many aspects of our lives with the distorted belief that freedom of religion means freedom from religion. I think atheists should be able to share their unbelief if they want to just as believers should be able to share theirs, and we'll see who offers the most hope and understanding of the purpose of life. There's continuous debating online among atheists and believers, some who believe the truth of universal reconciliation and some who don't. If you believe it, you get attacked from both sides. Unfortunately the arguments usually just get to be emotional personal attacks instead of intelligent discussion based on documentation. Of course atheists don't accept scripture as valid, and most Christians don't accept an accurate translation of scripture as valid. But the important thing is that the Internet provides the medium for the sharing of information globally. Just don't believe everything you hear or even see. Check your source, and find other sources that agree before you begin to consider some information as valid. And keep an open mind because you're never too smart to learn something new. Remember how we all used to be convinced that hell is real until we found some new information that blew our minds. I'm glad God gave us the Internet because that's how I got know all the rest of you folks out there. God bless you all.