Some dialogue from Owen Anderson:
Earnest: so your explanation about knowing and showing begins with the assumption that nothing informative is certain.
Bill: yes I take that to be obvious.
Earnest: that nothing is certain includes nothing is certain about God and about good and evil?
Earnest: would you say that there is a clear distinction between God and what is created, and a clear distinction between good and evil?
Bill: I think so.
Earnest: so isn't what you are calling suppressing really just instances of persons attributing the attributes of God to the creation, or the attributes of good to evil?
Earnest: then isn't the issue whether we have correctly identified these distinctions, and not whether we have immediate deliverances about them? After all, everyone has immediate deliverances that require further examination.