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be ; and this is what Plato ” means by ev xai Fonna one and many in God ; one as
to his essence ; many , as to the ideas and Jecrees in it , which many are one :
nor is it to be disproved by the attributes of God ; for they are no other than God ...
But as God is defined a Spirit in Scripture , as has been observed , I shall
endeavour to sort the perfections and attributes of God in agreement with that ;
and with respect to his nature , as an uncreated Spirit , may be referred , besides
Having considered the attributes of Simplicity , Immutability , Infinity ,
Omnipresence , and Eternity , which belong to God ... and so is every other
attribute his nature , under different considerations , and as variously displayed ;
wherefore this ...
The next attribute of God , which requires our attention , is , the Wisdom of God ,
which belongs to him as an intelligent Spirit . This is a more comprehensive
attribute than that of knowledge ; for it not only supposes that , but directs and
uses it ...
Having AVING considered the attributes of God which belong to his
understanding , as an intelligent Spirit , his knowledge and wisdom , I now
proceed to consider his Will , and the sovereignty of it . And shall prove , 1. That
there is a Will in ...
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