As I see it, and perhaps too simplistically,
Christians can either remain convinced that
Only they qualify for heaven, and
All the rest for hell.
Or, "there's a wideness in God's mercy," and
All the world is invited, included and welcomed.
With all their religions, creeds and ways.
All their failures and foibles, sins and sorrows.
The first leads to only one conclusion:
Build the walls of hostility higher, wider and longer.
The second leads to some uncertainty, I suppose.
But peace as well.
Maybe the very peace that
Surpasses all understanding.
Welcoming the mystery of God's grace, that which
Strange world, then, without walls.
Sisters and brothers are well all.