"I'm saying that the Bible seems to indicate that we are only to help out other Christians with our limited resources."Steve, is that your position as well?
I think that's somewhat overstated. However, he has a point. Since there will always be needy believers and unbelievers, you can't provide for both without depriving one or the other. So it's a question of priorities. However, there are situations in which it would be appropriate to help out an unbeliever. Maybe he's a relative. Suppose your mother or brother is the needy unbeliever?Or maybe he's your best friend from high school, before you got saved. There's a debt of friendship. Or maybe you're befriending an unbeliever as an act of friendship evangelism. I think we should avoid indiscriminate charity.