I have not come across this "loving God" concept. Where did you get this? Anyways, I had written an essay, while pondering over my theory of Origin of universe from Progenitor State of Matter & Radiation. An extract of the same is as below.. "From Greeks to present day philosophers there has never been any dispute that the GOD was all powerful and creator of this universe, but beyond this universe; many of the philosophers have admitted the fact that there is some supreme power but we cannot find him. Plato proposed the theory of transcendental nature of GOD, Aristotle brought the concept of GOD being the immaterial (beyond the material physics), Augustine regarded the GOD as creator of universe, the origin point of time and space, Erigena came up with the concept of immortality, quite similar to that of winning the game of treasure hunt, finding the treasure GOD and not coming back to play the game, Maimonides considered God’s existence provable, John Calvin proposed the idea of GOD staying away after creation and gave full freedom to human beings, Descartes brought the fantastic proposition of GOD being the cause for himself, Aquinas proposed that since universe needs something outside of it to be the cause of it and hence the GOD, and Emanual Kant the youngest of all says that GOD cannot be ignored but he cannot be proved also." Which one would you chose, Maimonides? Descartes? Kant?