Unfortunately, I'm unable to locate a good source to cite on these terms you see in the question title.
Below is a short abstract based on Google.
Natural light (lumen naturale), equivalent to lumen naturalis rationis, in medieval philosophy and theology denoted the ordinary cognitive powers of human reason unaided by the supernatural light of grace, lumen gratiae, or divine revelation, lumen fidei [ ... ]
From what I can gather
- Lumen naturale: Knowledge via human reason (philosophers)
- Lumen fidei: Knowledge via divine revelation (prophets)
- Lumen gratiae: Knowledge via divine grace (?)
Can someone go into some detail on these rather intriguing ideas. Muchas gracias.