Yep. Philosophically speaking, universalism is established by thinking for five minutes about the absurdity of God creating those whom He knew would be forever damned.
Believing that creating such a soul would be somehow "good" leads one to void any knowledge of what the word "good" means. Consider:
Perhaps it is "good" for God to damn only those who believe in Him and/or do good works. Only murderous, athieistic rapists go to Heaven, and everyone else spends forever in Hell. That's "good". The only reason you don't believe it is because your fallen reason can't grasp it. Too bad for you.
Someone might say, "Ah! But the Bible says otherwise." Exactly. That's part of the plan, you see. Our damnation is the more exquisite in that we THINK we'll go to Heaven, but in fact we're going to Hell. God foreordained it all this way to display and give glory to His sovereignty. If you don't like it, that just means you're damned.
Or perhaps NOTHING and NO ONE will escape damnation, and that's "good".
As soon as one imagines that it is "good" to create even a single being destined for damnation, then the word "good" has been emptied of all meaning. One could then posit any repugnant thing imaginable and call it "good".
Bill Maher asked, "So how do you convince people of the truth?"
Father Reginald Foster answered, "You don't. Forget it. You just have to... You just have to live and die with their stupid ideas. I'm sorry. What are you going to do?"