If the gospel isn’t unconditional good news for everyone, then it isn’t good news for anyone.
And if it isn’t unconditional good news for everyone, then it is no longer about grace.
It has become about power and control.
The radical nature of the gospel is that it is no matter who, no matter what, no matter when, and no matter where.
Good news, the gospel, doesn’t need self-appointed gate keepers and self-important border patrol agents.
As Nicholas of Cusa (among many others) is credited with saying,
“God is an infinite circle whose center is everywhere and whose circumference is nowhere.”