Can Sinners Go to Heaven?

By Sam Lam

So who really gets to go to heaven?

During a road trip to Anaheim (not really a road trip, but it took a while in traffic) with a couple of guys from church to the Rock & Worship Roadshow, we had a conversation that veered into being real. And part of it was about blogging and how on a blog, our church blog, or even my own blog, the goal was to be real.

My blog has always been 100. I felt that it’s hard to enough to live in this world being who I am, or trying to be something, and I needed an outlet to be real. And so the conversation led to how sometimes as Christians, we aren’t being real. And sometimes, we try to put up an image that isn’t relatable to someone who doesn’t know who Jesus is. In fact, at many times, our actions of trying to be a holier than thou leads us to make certain people not want to care about Jesus.

Continue reading at Sam’s Blog: Green Eggs and Lam



Samuel Lam: Samuel is a Bay Area native living in Southern California working in sports media. He blogs on many topics, including sports, music, movies, travel and especially faith. Sam also runs his own personal sports blog on his free time. Check him out at:Green Eggs and Lam & But At The End Of The Day.


One thought on “Can Sinners Go to Heaven?

  1. I’ve taken the controversial position that, not only *can* all sinners go to heaven, but all sinners *will* go to heaven. I know, that’s crazy talk. But, briefly, let me explain:

    If God is all-powerful, which we believe, then He can save all sinners if He wants to.

    If God is all-loving, which we believe, then He will want to save all sinners.

    If God is all-powerful and all-loving, then he can and will save all sinners.

    For more see: Universal Salvation: the Current Debate – edited by Parry. This book presents multiple sides of the issue.

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