Question: Are Biblical and Christian Universalist the same?
Yes, the two terms are the same thing. This teaching is not really about denominationalism although there are a handful of denominations that incorporate the teaching into their statements of faith. Primitive Baptists (No-hellers) and the National Catholic Polish Church are two denominations that teach universal salvation. There are many independent Protestant churches whose pastors teach universal salvation, many home groups. However, since it is difficult for those who discover Universal Salvation is scriptural to find fellowship in their local communities, most of those who embrace UR often are in traditional churches or stop attending church.
The Universalist branch of the Unitarian/Universalist Association in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries was a very viable denomination being the sixth largest one in the USA that was Christ and Bible centered having hundreds of pastors with hundreds of thousands of members. But the many powerful liberal forces and movements at the end of the nineteenth century which affected many protestant churches also affected the Universalist Church. Due to financial considerations, it merged with the Unitarian Church forming UUA. That pretty much killed any serious ties to Christ and the Bible. The UUA is does not consider itself “Christian.” Those who embrace Biblical or Christian Universalism usually still consider themselves Christian. I, Gary Amirault, the writer of this response believe in the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ, the Savior of the world.