This raises the question, which is crucial to our continued conversation about God: which means "God is love"? Anyway, after all of the above, it is clear that it is impossible to turn this statement and articulate, "Love is God." Those who formulate this thought thus, does not recognize the God of subjectivity and again obey his general. However, here is the crucial question: Who is the love that is God himself? Is there a God in his love of the net flow of the Divine in the world, ie, God can not be without the world as Hegel believed? But if He is God then? Or God is love in itself, a message, a self-giving? Is there a God is not only the Father of the world and people, but first of his eternal Father, consubstantial with His Son? Thus, the definition of the essence of God as perfect in love freedom, as well as the biblical image of God, again indicates the Christological study of biblical speech about God.