On the one hand:
[WHICH IS WHY ANYONE WHO ACCUSES OUR POSITION OF UNITARIANISM IS A BELLIGERENT LIAR-DS]
On the other hand:
Joh 10:30 I and my Father are One (“(H)EN”).We later worked through the context and it appears to be referring to their unity according to their wills in salvation – that Christ is the Good Shepherd who wills to save, and that God His Father, who is greater than all, also wills for their salvation (surprisingly, offering an even deeper comfort). Looking again at the errata, Samuel Clarke makes the same argument – that they are not ‘(H)eis – One Person’ but that they are ‘(H)en – one and the same thing as to the exercise of Power.’ (ie. they are of one “(H)en” accord in the matter of salvation).
Anyone who’s familiar with unitarian literature will recognize that Drake’s interpretation of Jn 10:30 (unity of wills) is the classic unitarian gloss on this passage.
BTW, the alternative to one in will is not one in person.