Discussions I’ve had concerning the doctrine of divine infinity and its implication upon the creature’s knowledge (eg. Clark/Van Til) have revealed that many feel that infinity only applies to the “quantitative” realm and not to the “qualitative” realm. God and man must have univocal and not simply analogical knowledge in order for true knowledge to be possible.
The problem with this, of course, is that it limits God to the created order. It simply makes God the highest form of being, rather than the being beyond being. In short, such a move steals away God’s transcendent glory.
Such a move makes Him but a god.