Hmmm … that is a bit difficult to grab hold of, excpet when you begin to understand how we learn. As it turns out, learning is a physical process. When we learn something (meaning we experience something that registers as significant), the neurons in the brain change the physical linkage patterns between them. Deeply learned ideas have braod linkages. Things that are more transient have weak ones.
Memory, therefore, is not separate from the physical properties of the brain itself. Unless, of course, the physical properties of the brain itself connect to some sort of meta data base that we call God.
Hmmm … if God learns, does he or shedo it the same way?