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, Deut 6:4. Ps 86:10. Is 63:10. Mk 12:29. Jn 17:3. Rom 3:30. 1 Cor 8:4,6. 1 Tim 2:5.


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