How about supporting the fear of God regardless of what type of theology teaches it, because it is a concept taught from Genisis to Revelation.
Well, if you play out the implication of that statement to its logical conclusion it appears your saying that we should support the "fear of God" no matter what theology it's centered in. If, for instance, it's centered in the nasty and hate-filled theology of the Westboro Baptist Church then the "fear of God" will be perverted into one ugly concept that plays itself out with "God hates fags" signs and unruly protests of military veteran's funerals. I'm gonna assume that's not what you had in mind, however.
Jesus taught it and practiced it himself, we are to be his disciples so let us redeem concepts that may have been abused rather than be prone to discard them because they have not been handled well.
I'd say centering the fear of God in a theology of love is very redeeming. I certainly am not interested in discarding the fear of God. I don't think anyone else in this thread is either.