2. If Knowledge (Science) is an acquaintance with a thing through its proper cause, and God knows the order of all causes and effects, and thereby the several proper causes of individual things (Chapp. LXV, LXVII), it is manifest that Knowledge (Science) is properly in God; hence God is the Lord of sciences (I Kings ii, 3)
3. If the immaterial cognition of things, attained without discussion, is Understanding (Intuition),* God has such a cognition of all things (Chap. L); and therefore there is in Him Understanding. Hence, He hath counsel and understanding (Job xii, 13).
1.93 : That there are in God the Virtues which regulate Action
1.95 : That God can will no Evil