There is much talk these days among Christian leaders regarding the “wideness of God’s mercy”.
This thinking flows from a trend in teaching and preaching that muddies the waters of the gospel by changing God’s requirements for salvation.
According to this thinking, one is able to worship and believe just about anything and still have a pretty good chance to make it to the “pearly gates”. As if God doesn’t really care what you believe doctrinally or what you think spiritually; but only what the condition of your heart is.
Which is a very slippery slope — a silicon-coated slide covered with grease.