The statement "Jacob I have loved, but Esau I have hated", taken from the book of Romans chapter 9 verse13, has disturbed many Bible readers for a long, long time. This is because it evokes a negative connotation of God and has caused many to think negatively of Him as being unfair. It is hoped that the revelation in this book will lead you to truly see God as a "God of faithfulness, without injustice, abounding in grace and mercy, righteous and upright is He".


The objective of this book is to answer the following questions:

1. Is God bias?

2. Is God fair?

3. Are some people predestined to be hated by God?

Instructor Biography

A veterinary doctor by training, he has been a full time staff of FGA (Full Gospel Assembly) KL, since 1990 and has held various positions in the church. Currently he is one of its Pastors / Elders. On the national level, he is currently the Vice-Chairman of NECF (National Evangelical Christian Fellowship) and Honorary Secretary of CFM (Christian Federation of Malaysia).

His passion is to see people love God, love others and live in peace with each other. He is happily married to Celine and they both share the same passion in wanting to know God intimately.


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    Raynold Thomas

    Intriguing. Been reading it for few times now.

    23/04/2018 14:52:42

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    Raynold Thomas

    It is a good reading. Whoever wrote this, you are blessed!

    21/04/2018 19:27:32

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    Sheila Wong Yen Min

    Met my exception and more plus helped me understand this puzzling topic much more clearer.

    19/02/2018 18:44:38

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