Here I've read, that the Rambam in yesode hatorah says, G-d has no emotions.
But the Torah is full with things like:
- what He hates (usually the breaking of His laws, especially the sins related idolatry, or if the people doesn't believe him enough strong)
- what He likes (mainly the odor of the burning sacrifices)
- He repents the creation of the antediluvian humanity, even exterminates nearly the whole,
- but after the Flood, He also smells Noah's sacrifice in the new Earth, and says in His hearth to not do that again.
How G-d doesn't have emotions? As I see, he does his task highly emotionally.