EDISON, NJ - A Christian Universalist is no longer one after she started to read the comment sections on any Youtube video you could find.

"For years I believed God was going to save everyone. No matter how someone lived or died, in the end all would be reconciled to God", said Trisha Stewart. "But I started to read the comment sections on Youtube videos: I no longer believe all will be saved."

"It all started when I saw a video of a cat doing something funny. I went to the comment section and the filth that was coming out of everyone's mouth, and the constant  name calling, shocked me."

"I watched another video of the sunrise and people were fighting and threatening each other there too. I thought to myself, 'This is ridiculous'."

"Then I watched a video that just quoted John 3:16, and the comments there were the worst. Why are people like this? Aren't we all God's children? This is when I started to question my universalistic beliefs."

Trisha continued, "The last straw for me was when I saw a Black Friday video from Walmart. The doors were opened and a stampeded ensued. Men, Women, and children were fighting over $10 toys, crock pots, and clothing. It was clear from the footage, these people only cared about themselves and they didn't mind pushing and pulling and stealing to get what they lusted after."

Trisha now believes that only some will be saved joining Christian Orthodoxy going back 2,000 years. "God will judge us all. No one is safe from his wrath, except the man that repents and believes the gospel."