Revelation is what God makes known to us. Human knowledge is how we interpret that revelation in our specific context. There are two dangers we must avoid:
1 We must not equate our theologies with revelation. Our understanding is always partial and context shaped.
2 We must not think we are free to interpret revelation as we will, without reference to the universal objective truth revealed in Scripture. We may see only through a glass darkly, but we do see.
P.G. Hiebert 2008 p. 272