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Charles Buck Theological Dictionary

Unity of God

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A term made use of to denote that there is but one God or self-existent Being. The unity of God is argued from his necessary existence, self-sufficiency; perfection, independence, and omnipotence; from the unity of design in the works of nature; and from there being no necessity of having more gods than one: but the Scriptures set it beyond all doubt, Deuteronomy 6:4 . Psalms 86:10 . Isaiah 43:10 . Mark 12:29 . John 17:3 . Romans 3:30 . 1 Corinthians 8:4 ; 1 Corinthians 8:6 . 1 Timothy 2:5 .

See POLYTHEISM; Abernethy on the Attributes of God, vol. 1: ser. 5; Wilkins's Natural Religion, p. 113, 114; Howe's Works, vol. 1: p. 72, 73; Gill's Divinity, vol. 1: 8vo. edit. p. 183; Ridgley's Div. question 8.

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Buck, Charles. Entry for 'Unity of God'. Charles Buck Theological Dictionary. 1802.

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