But however we interpret the religious motivation, there are three objections to this type of answer. [...] Third, fear of punishment and hope of reward, and even love of God, seem not to be the right motives for morality. If you think it's wrong to kill, cheat, or steal, you should want to avoid doing such things because they are bad things to do to the victims, not just because you fear the consequences for yourself, or because you don't want to offend your Creator.
[What does it all mean, Thomas Nagel, chapter VII]
What does "love of God" mean in the context above? "Love by God" or "Love for God"? I'm so confused Many thanks