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Whether the Knowledge of God is Discursive?

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cf., ST.I.Q85.A5; SCG1.C55, 57; QDeVer.Q2.A1.Rep4, 5; QDeVer.Q2.A3.Rep3; QDeVer.Q2.A13; CT.BookI.C29; Job.C12.L2


Next, there is the question of whether God's knowledge is discursive. The answer to this should be evident. For, discursive knowledge passes from premises to conclusions, the unclear to the clear, the confused to the distinguished. To assert that God's knowledge is such would be blasphemy.

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