As I said previously, it's not the Bible I don't believe, it's your interpretation of the words. For you to continually argue otherwise as you have done just shows your arrogance. You may not agree with others' interpretation, but that doesn't make your interpretation correct.
Someone else already explained Jacob and Esau in this thread and I have repeatedly explained many times to you that God loves all he creates. But since you apparently can't infer what perfect love means... If God loves all he creates he most certainly loves Jacob (and Esau). He loves ALL he creates.
To review what was previously explained to you, each passage in the Bible needs to be understood under the context of which it was intended... the story about Jacob and Esau is not about God hating Esau, rather it is understood to be an exhortation to remain steadfast in faith. Esau abandoned God for worldly comforts when faced with discomfort and is therfore separated from God. It is a charge to be steadfast in faith, regardless of what we face in the world. Also, as I previously explained, "hate" has many meanings. Again, God creates out of perfect love and therefore cannot hate what he creates which means that the way "hate" is used in that context is NOT the way you interpret it. God loves all that is good, never creates anything not good and therfore loves all he creates forever.
Again, you miss the forest for the trees out of a desire to divide.
I don't agree with what perfect love means by your definition when your definition runs contrary to the Bible. You say God most certainly loves Esau even though the Bible, (Mal. 1:1-3) is clear that God hated Esau. Hate in (Mal. 1:1-3) is in total contrast with 'love'. Thus it's meaning is clear.
To you, I guess then 'love' must not mean 'love' in (Mal. 1:1-3)..correct? God must not have loved Jacob. He must have just said that to show His pleasure in Jacob's steadfastness in faith. The problem with that is that there was nothing in Jacob to love. Jacob was a deceiver from the get go. So, according to you, if God didn't really hate Esau, then God really didn't love Jacob. If your going to reflect hate away from the person of Esau, then you must reflect love away from Jacob's person also.
Thus your view continues to run contrary to the Bible. For Paul is clear in (Rom. 9:11-13) that God loved Jacob and hated Esau before they were even born. "(For the children being not yet born, neither having done any good or evil, that the purpose of God according to election might stand, not of works, but of him that calleth) It was said unto her, The elder shall serve the yournger. As it is written, Jacob have I loved, but Esau have I hated."
I am happy to stay out of your forrest.