Responding to those who claims that a conflict exists between affirming the conclusions of Burhan Al-Tatbiq, and belief in Allah Most High's Omniscience.
Will as Proof for Knowledge
Proving that God is attributed with Knowledge, by appealing to His being attributed with Will. Alongside proof for the necessity of this Knowledge, and the genericness of its relations.
Relations are Abstract
The Mutakalimun understand relations to be abstract objects, existing in the mind of the one who thinks about two or more essences. This article demonstrates why they held this to be the case.
Necessity of Axioms
Proving that one must affirm axiomatic propositions that are true without needing to be proven, and axiomatic concepts that are understandable without needing to be defined.
Whatever Can Come to an End, Must have a Beginning
If an essence can cease to exist, then this essence must have emerged into existence. This is because the existence of this essence can be neither necessary, nor impossible. Which means its existence must be contingent. And all contingent essences are emergent.