"A Soul vitally united to a Body, is an embodied Person, in a State of Separation it is the same Person still, but without a Body, which makes a great change in its Sensations, and manner of acting, but no more changes the Person, than the Man would be changed cloathed or uncloathed, were his Cloths as vitally united to his Body, as his Body is to his Soul."
— Sherlock, William (1639/40-1707)
William Sherlock, A Defence of Dr. Sherlock's Notion of a Trinity in Unity, in Answer to the Animadversions Upon His Vindication of the Doctrine of the Holy and Ever Blessed Trinity. With a Post-Script Relating to the Calm Discourse of a Trinity in the Godhead. In a Letter to a Friend. (London: Printed for W. Rogers, at the Sun, over-against St. Dunstan’s Church in Fleet-street, 1694).