Does God love satanists?


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Charles Davis Profile
Charles Davis answered

Being it is impossible to know if any God actually exists, it is equally impossible to know what he/she loves. It reminds me of this video.

Jaimie  JT Profile
Jaimie JT answered

I think if the "satanist"  throws money in that  collection bin that gets passed around the church he does then .... That's all I know about  organized religion... but I'm pretty sure I'm right ;)

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Jaimie  JT
Jaimie JT commented
I haven't spent much time in churches Tom ... But that was the one thing that did stand out to me... was the collection plate when I went with friends ... I mean no disrespect to your beliefs ... Just a personal observation is all.
Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson commented
Oh, I didn't take it as disrespect at all, Jamie.

But since there are so many out there who think that asking for money is religion's greatest sin and the obvious determinant of their evil intentions, I just wanted to point out that if anyone is selling the concept that monetary gifts are the key to salvation, I just wanted to be clear that it's not.
Jann Nikka
Jann Nikka commented
@JT omg too funny LOL
Aldrich Ames Profile
Aldrich Ames answered

This is a question that is impossible to answer since god is an entirely fictional being and has not been proven to exist. He is no different from any other myths.

Also, the bible has some major contradictions and inconsistencies about god's omnipotence so I'm afraid this question cannot be answered as I already stated but never mind.

Jann Nikka Profile
Jann Nikka answered

He loves man and womankind those who want to be saved and those who put faith in him.

I don't think worshippers of Satan want to be loved, certainly not by GOD.

Tom  Jackson Profile
Tom Jackson answered

That's an easy one to answer.

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was with God in the beginning. Through Him all things were made, and without Him nothing was made that has been made. John: 1-3

And since God loves all His creation, He loves satanists as well because they are human beings.

(And the suggestion that the Higgs boson particle is god is greatly misleading.)

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Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren commented
"this past Sunday I was just feeling lousy." _ hope you are feeling better Thomas.
I am sending good thoughts your way my friend.
Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson commented
Thanks, Dark.

I only got 2 hours sleep the previous night based on intellectual enthusiasm.

50 years ago, I would still have been able to function on Sunday.

Recovery tends to be more prolonged at this age. I was fine yesterday.
Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren commented
Thomas, I am totally understanding. Every night my dog gets up from her curled position in her bed, looks at me to let her out. You can set your clock by it . . . 9:55 pm. I let her out and five minutes later she is at the door. When I let her in she goes to the stairs and takes two steps, stops and looks through the rails . . . she doing all of this not because she is old (only 4 years old), but because I am such a creature of habit, that I have her conditioned on what time I will be taking the stairs to slumber town.
On the rare occasion that I engage in a much later bed time, I sorely pay for it the following day . . . it wasn't the case in my youth.
Darik Majoren Profile
Darik Majoren answered

So this can be lumped in with:

Does Zeus Love Hadeist?

Does Odin Love Lokieists?

Does Osiris Love Setists?

Through our history Mankind has come up with many concepts representing many God/Gods.

Many offer the antithesis to their God concepts. As the many stories go, the God of the bible has shown his wrath many times to those who blaspheme or turn their back on Him . . . I can't imagine that same "Unchanging God" staying His Righteous wrath against those who would follow His adversary . . .

If God really did create everything - "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was with God in the beginning. Through Him all things were made, and without Him nothing was made that has been made. John: 1-3" - Then it is feasible that God would have created Satan (Lucifer). If God is All Knowing, wouldn't He have realized He was creating that which would become His adversary? . . . Well of Course He did. If God created everything, and we say God created Love, doesn't it stand to reason that God would have been the creator of Evil as well? . . .  I guess since God cannot be associated with Evil, He might have created Satan to wield the part of His creation He didn't want to be associated with . . . Don't feel bad for Satan though . . . Both are a primitive myth, with equal amounts of truth assigned to them as the list of Gods and there conceptual adversaries listed at the beginning of this.

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Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren commented
No Problem JI, and I hope this day finds you and you family well my friend.
Debbie Harrington
That's only your opinion Darik.
Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren commented
Which part? . . . You can follow this "Absent" a SINGLULAR belief in one particular God concept . . . since you are not afforded that, I am not surprised by your answer . . . only saddened by its hold on you.
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kinya hernandez answered

Yes, God love everyone regardless of what they believe. It called agape love meaning unconditional love.....

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Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson commented
The Divine nature is essentially immutable, (incapable of any internal change) and immutability is a corollary (it naturally follows from) of Divine infinity.

One simply cannot come to an "understanding" of something that you do not think exists.

Which is probably why Christ indicated that when we spread the "good news" and it's not accepted, we should just move on (just get the dust of that place off our sandals.)

That's not a judgment of you, that's just advice for us "spreaders."
Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren commented
"One simply cannot come to an "understanding" of something that you do not think exists" - (this statement is not only true but applies to all things we regard as Supernatural, and not just the Christian God)
I know we usually end up in a long "Back and Forth" right about here, with me saying stuff like "The character of God is well depicted within the Bible, and then imply Omniscience should play a role in how the depicted God should act based on all knowledge of any events within mankind.".
But instead I say that we stalemate regarding this . . . Many times believers tend to really on the adage "Know man can know the mind of God regardless of their relationship because of the vast awesomeness of His powers."
In this we simply base our final positions "firmly" on opinion.

Thank you Thomas for providing me with the knowledge you have to offer regarding this. Hopefully you are caught up on your sleep my friend . . . full disclosure, I am looking forward to a little nap this weekend in front of the fire place.
Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson commented
I think the long "Back & Forth" could use a rest---perhaps even taking a clue from Rip Van Winkle.

But I think it is undeserved by calling it a "stalemate."

I think we have both more than adequately established our positions on this matter and perhaps will sere our readers best by saying what we think on a "take it or leave it basis."

And yes, I am now again well rested. Enjoy your fireplace interlude.

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