2. It is unintelligible how one thing can be made a subject of predication in relation to another thing, unless contrariwise the other thing be made a subject of predication in relation to it. But other beings are made subjects of predication in relation to God, as when it is said that they have their being from God and depend on Him. God therefore must be made a subject of predication in relation to creatures.
3. Likeness is a relation. But God, as other agents, acts to the production of His own likeness.
4. Knowledge is predicated in relation to the thing known. But God has knowledge of other beings.
5. Whatever is first and sovereign, is so in relation to others, But God is the first being and the sovereign good.
2.10 : In what manner Power is said to be in God
2.12 : That the Relations, predicated of God in regard of Creatures, are not really in God