Knowledge is sure. It does not translate or interpret; it does not need to ask questions. It does not argue or otherwise engage in conflict because what is known has no opposite. It is not subject to debate. Knowledge simply is. In A Course in Miracles, knowledge replaces perception (which is variable and subject to question). This transition is gradual and occurs as we learn from the Holy Spirit how to remember what we are in truth. Knowledge is abstract and does not change depending on who or what engages with it. It is, in course parlance, synonymous with Heaven.
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