Below are two simple syllogisms implied by the New Testament. The first is taken from theological concepts spread through its entirety. The second from 1 John 4:8 (NRSV).
IF: The Son of God
AND: The Son of Man (Humankind)
THEREFORE: Since the words, “Son” can be canceled out,
THEN: Is not God humankind?
“Whoever does not love does not know God, for God is love.”
“God IS love”
IF: We substitute IS for EQUALS
THEN: invert the statement and simple algebra is applied,
THEREFORE: Love IS God.
Then is it a probability that the love we have for each other and for all of humanity may be God?
[The logic should hold, IF the premises are “true.” John 18:38]