The sentence should read:
“The divine knowledge as divine, transcends human knowledge as human, even when that human knowledge is a knowledge communicated by God.”
I'm hoping maybe Hugh might be willing to proof these, but once I can get these proofed we should be good to go. Man may possess true knowledge as he thinks God's thoughts after him. But because God is God, the creator,, and man is man, the creature, the difference between the divine knowledge and the knowledge possible to man may never be conceived of merely in quantitative terms, as a difference in degree rather than a difference in kind. Otherwise the Creator-creature relationship is broken down at a most crucial point, and there is an assault upon the majesty of God.