Jesus died for all mankind – everyone3, the world/universe1,4,6, all people2,8, the unrighteous5 – different ways to say the same thing. Scripture teaches the full atonement of Christ. Since God “so loved the world”1 and wants all to be saved9, why would he send his only son to die for just some? He wouldn’t, which is just as Jesus states1, Paul states2,8, Peter states 5, and John states4,6 — all quite plainly.
There are two clear truths taught in all of these passages: (1) Jesus Christ came for all in order to save all1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, and (2) not all will obey1,2,4,6,8. The two are not mutually exclusive; you can have both truths existing at the same time. Unfortunately man’s doctrine forces the twisting of passages to mean something they’re not.