If you’ve studied theology then I’ve got a question for you.
The Church talks about friendship with Jesus. When Jesus was here on earth he had a “beloved” disciple. It has been explained that as a human Jesus had different kinds of feeling and love for different people. It would be sad if Jesus just loved certain people with only Agape (i.e only one of the loves CS Lewis mentioned). Shouldn’t God love all people with the same love? How is it possible for Jesus (aka God) to have a “beloved” disciple when all people are beloved to Him? What if you went to Heaven and found out that Jesus loved all people a bit different? Doesn’t sound right?
Another thing is that we all know that it would be very difficult to have a relationship with someone who has too many relationships. If we go to Heaven then there would be many people there. It would be difficult, if we think in earthly terms, to have a deep relationship with Jesus if there would be eg.1 million saint in Heaven. I can’t imagine having a personal relationship with someone who has 1 million friends. Btw, I don’t like socialising in big groups.
I am only interested in getting the theologians responses to this.
I am aware that what I wrote might sound a bit strange to some people but it’s difficult to know exactly what to ask when you don’t know mich about this subject.