If the Lord is my illumination, then does God guide me as I create God? More importantly, it suggests that the approach to the sources of knowledge will substantially affect the way it is seen.
I cam across the Latin motto of some universities--Dominus illuminatio mea--from Psalm 27 (יְהוָה, אוֹרִי וְיִשְׁעִי--מִמִּי אִירָא). It is commonly translated as "The Lord is my light." It is generally understood as a sign of the direction of enlightenment from the divine to the human sphere. It serves universities, traditionally, as a reminder of the connection between human rationality (and science) and the divine spark, the source from which knowledge derives. (e.g., Larry Catá Backer, Fides et Ratio: Religion and Law in Legal Orders Suffused by Faith, Law at the End of the Day July 30, 2007; Benedict XVI, Apostolic Journey Of His Holiness Benedict XVI To München, Altötting And Regensburg, (September 9-14, 2006), Meeting With The Representatives Of Science, Lecture Of The Holy Father, Aula Magna of the University of Regensburg, Tuesday, 12 September 2006, Faith, Reason and the University (Official revised version) (original version).