UNIVOCAL LANGUAGE ABOUT GOD SHOWS HOW HUMAN NATURE ONLY VENERATES ITS FANTASY OF WHAT GOD IS LIKE

Religion applies univocal language to God.  That means that as God is unlike us totally you cannot say what qualities he has but what qualities he does not have. Religion says that strictly speaking God is not loving and not merciful and not just. When we call him loving we mean not that he is loving but that he simply does not do anything unloving. Why can’t we apply univocal language to ourselves as well? Why can we call Aunt Jane love and not call God love if we want to be technical?  Human nature will suffer and rebel if we start talking about it univocally.  Univocal means that we cannot be inspired because of God but in spite of him. These problems show that God as a belief can only make evil worse. 

I do not love God. I can only say what I would not do to him not what I would.  That is because God is approached through a univocal way of thinking.  In other words, God is love but is so different from us that we cannot say God would do x or y or z.  We talk about him in negative language: its about what he would not do.  If God has to be understood that way, we have to see that our love for him has to be different to loving anybody else.  It is univocal too.  If it is not then we are guilty of having an image of God that is too human.  It is turning man into God.  But surely even the proponents of univocal language are in fact humanising him too?  It has to be a natural trait.