Please note definitions 6 , 10, and 11 below.
This seems to resolve the issue, or misunderstanding.
adjective, di·vin·er, di·vin·est.
- of or pertaining to a god, especially the Supreme Being.
- addressed, appropriated, or devoted to God or a god; religious; sacred: divine worship.
- proceeding from God or a god: divine laws.
- godlike; characteristic of or befitting a deity: divine magnanimity.
- heavenly; celestial: the divine kingdom.
- Informal. extremely good; unusually lovely: He has the most divine tenor voice.
- being a god; being God: Zeus, Hera, and other divine beings in greek mythology.
- of superhuman or surpassing excellence: Beauty is divine.
- Obsolete . of or pertaining to divinity or theology.
10. a theologian; scholar in religion.
11. a priest or member of the clergy.
12. the Divine.
b. ( sometimes lowercase ) the spiritual aspect of humans; the group of attributes and qualities of humankind regarded as godly or godlike.
verb (used with object), di·vined, di·vin·ing.
13. to discover or declare (something obscure or in the future) by divination; prophesy.
14. to discover (water, metal, etc.) by means of a divining rod.
15. to perceive by intuition or insight; conjecture.