One of the bits of dogma that used to concern me was that Jesus was exactly like us - except he's sinless. Well, of course if he's sinless he's not exactly like us; he's not like us at all. And then I arrived at a totally different definition of sin. Sin is not child abuse or rape or murder, terrible as though these may be. Sin is separation from God, and Jesus was never separate from the Source. Of course, if we were close to our Source; if we were not separated from God, it would be impossible for us to commit child abuse or rape or murder. But when we are separated from God, that sin makes all sins possible.
Madeline L'Engle from Sold into Egypt
We are, none of us, unforgivable. And for those of us in Christ, we are, none of us, unforgiven.
And that is the gloriously impossible Gospel.