Univocism vs. Equivocism

From the Glossary of Michael Horton’s new systematic theology, The Christian Faith:

Univocal (also, univocity): the view that there is only one kind of reality or existence; it epistemology, that the knowledge of God and creatures are identical

Equivocal (also, equivocity): the epistemological position that God’s knowledge and creaturely knowledge have nothing in common

Both are wrong, I think.

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