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Title: Newton's Theology

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Subject: History
Author: Steven C
Date: August 26, 2014
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Newton also had contact with John Locke, famous English philosopher, to whom he sent letters concerning his “illegal” beliefs. Locke sent him his views along with other similar sources, useful for Newton to read. Even though, Newton denounced Trinity, judging him as a non-Christian would be wrong...

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Sir Isaac believed in God and the church. God was unbounded, unlike humans for Newton, so he could see the end from the present. Sir Isaac considered bible as a revelation from God and paid much attention to biblical prophesy. That was the major study Newton took in the bible – prediction of future...

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