Our life in God is infinitely more than sin, law and behavior management. It's about belonging. And knowing that we belong. Father's passion is for us to accurately know and experience the nature of the fellowship He has provided and which is already ours: The inheritance of the Free Woman as Paul calls this in Galatians. This means we must seriously question any assertion that it is ok to have one's own 'christ' or one's proprietary gospel. There's only one way and in this case we can rejoice that it is His Way and not some cunningly devised fable.
There's One Way and this is the Narrow Way that is His life as yours.
Baxster Kruger writes, "Reconciliation is not about Jesus suffering punishment so that the invisible, faceless and nameless god up there somewhere can forgive us. It is about the Father's forgiveness in action, entering into our estrangement and its hell, and penetrating the fundamental problem of sin. As James Torrance would say, "The Father does not have to be conditioned into being gracious." There is no sense in which He needs coercing to forgive. Forgiveness is first, overflowing out of the way the Father, Son and Spirit love one another. With this forgiveness rises passion for it to be known and received. Reconciliation began when the Father saw that His children could not see His heart, and when the Son realized that we could not receive his Father's love, and when the Spirit saw the joy of fellowship with the Father vanish from our lives. Reconciliation is about the Father sending His own Son into our darkness." (1)