The true wisdom of man is treated of; and it is shown that the image
of God, which man is in respect to his mind, is not placed properly
in transitory things, as in memory, understanding, and love, whether
of faith itself as existing in time, or even of the mind as busied with
itself, but in things that are permanent; and that this wisdom is then
perfected, when the mind is renewed in the knowledge of God,
according to the image of him who created man after his own image, and
thus attains to wisdom, wherein that which is contemplated is eternal.