Just putting a question out for discussion.
That's only going to work if you participate too. So far, you're not really doing that emilysmith.
I know it will lead to many other questions. Those questions will lead to answers and other questions which will lead to OSAS and Calvinism.
Not sure how to interpret this - do you actually want to discuss OSAS and Calvinism? If so, why not just go ahead and start there? If not, then ...?
So does God love those folks who are in hell? If so, why do you believe that? If not, why do you believe not?
You do understand that the majority of us do not believe in the existence of any god(s) at all
, right? I'm not being facetious, that's often a big challenge in communicating around here.
The only way I can actually answer your question the way it's posed is to say that no, I don't believe that "god" has any feelings about anyone at all as I don't believe in such a being, and along with not believing in god, I don't believe in hell either - that's the position of most of us. So that's pretty much a conversation ender, innit?
If instead, you are asking if anyone can present arguments that would support
either side of the question, while acknowledging that from here, it's all a game of "let's pretend that we agree that god is real for the sake of the discussion", then that's a different situation.