• No he only loves Christians...
  • you better believe it
  • Yes he does.
  • they change the story most of the time 'god loves all his children' but other times they claim god has negative feelings towards 'non-believers and nay sayers' depends on who you ask and which bible you read
  • Do you love everyone equally?
  • Nah, he love me more than he love you.
  • no, love of God means heaven hate of God means hell some enter heaven at some rank some enter hellfire at some rank there is no rank between heaven and hell, but if somebody not hated not loved by God he will enter heaven
  • God hates gays/lesbains apparently unless if you guys don't consider homosexuals as people too
  • God loves everyone equally, even the extremist right wingers. We are all from the Mind of God here on earth to learn from one another, even the idiots.
  • i think so
  • No. He hates Christians and Jews if wars and genocides are anything to go by. But seriously, God is God - things like "love" are meaningless when dealing with the metaphysical.
  • Sure, what grain of sand do you prefer?
  • If He loved one person over another or one group of people over another then He would be a lier to His Word. He loves everyone equally, everyone.
  • Proverbs 2:8 states that God watches over the paths of justice and guards the way of his loyal ones. Those who desire God
  • Yes, He loves us all equally. It is recorded in both Acts 10:34 and Romans 2:11 that God is no respector of persons. However, many of His blessings are predicated on keeping the law to which they are attached. We can block ourselves from receiving His blessings by not keeping the law. But He still loves us even if we don't keep the law.
    • Thinker
      The death and resurrection of Jesus Christ took those whom believe in Him out from the Old Testament law (Romans 10:4) and put Christians under the Law of Love. (Matthew 22:36-40)
    • Linda Joy
      Both my references are from the New Testament. And you can believe whatever you choose but don't tell me what to believe! I've been blessed from paying my tithes, so I know if I keep this law I will lack for nothing! God already proved it to me so why would you want to talk anyone out of their blessings they receive for keeping the law? What does it profit you to deny me of blessings? To ease your own conscience? Go away! I know what my bible says and I don't need your "Its o.k. to fuck your own mother" advice! EVER! I don't follow the advice of those that are wrong! I hope one day you find THE TRUTH.
  • definitely
  • The answer is found in (John 3:16). It is a popular verse. To compose my amplified version: "For God so loved the world [the inhabitants of the world], that He gave His only begotten Son [Jesus Christ], that [whosoever] believes in Him shall not perish [in the lake of fire], but have Everlasting Life."
    • Jenny_Rizzo
      On the contrary, does God give blessings and happiness to everyone in the same manner? The answer is No! John 9:31 "We know that God does not listen to sinners, but if [anyone] is a worshiper of God and does His will, God listens to Him."
    • Jenny_Rizzo
      A side note: The "G" for God is always capitalized, since He is a God of gods.
  • NO, but as St Augustine said God loves each of us as if there were only one of us. Saint Augustine.
  • Yes. He has blessings in store for us all. It is only our own sin that blocks us from getting those blessings.
  • Romans 5:8 But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.
  • The broad answer is Yes! KJV says at John 3:16 "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life". The Dictionary Definitions from Oxford Languages world noun 1. the earth, together with all of its countries, peoples, and natural features. "he was doing his bit to save the world". Given the definition, this would mean that the God of the Bible( Yahweh, Jehovah) loves everyone.
  • According to multiple passages in the Bible: No, he does not. Example: {{;NRSVUE }} {{ “I have loved you,” says the Lord. But you say, “How have You loved us?” “Was not Esau Jacob’s brother?” declares the Lord. “Yet I have loved Jacob; but I have hated Esau, and I have made his mountains a desolation and appointed his inheritance for the jackals of the wilderness.” }}
  • suppose like a parent loves his kids..

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