Edward Pearse on the identity of the divine attributes with each other

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IT is a great, as well as a true Observation, which I have read in a Learned Man; namely, That all the many various Attributes of God mentioned in the Scripture, are no other than his very Essence, and are ascribed to him to help us in our Conceptions and Understandings of Him, who are not able to apprehend what may be known of God, under any one Name or Notion, or by any one Act of the Intellect.

We read (you know) of his Power, his Wisdom, his Holiness, his Justice, his Goodness, his Faithfulness, his All-sufficiency, and the like, all which are not distinguished in him, either from himself, or from one another, but are all one and the same God revealed and manifested to us, under various notions, and that to help us the better to conceive and apprehend him, as also to perform our homage and worship to him; accordingly we may say, the Holiness of God, is God; the Wisdom of God, is God; the Power of God, is God; the Goodness of God, is God: ...

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N.B. Does anyone here know who he is quoting?
 
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