Isaac Newton: Christianity and Trinity

Isaac Newton 

It was interesting to read this article today on cnn.com:

Papers show Isaac Newton’s religious side

It is interesting to note that along with Newton’s brilliant scientific mind, he had a love for the Scriptures.

“Newton, who died 280 years ago, is known for laying much of the groundwork for modern physics, astronomy, math and optics. But in a new Jerusalem exhibit, he appears as a scholar of deep faith who also found time to write on Jewish law — even penning a few phrases in careful Hebrew letters — and combing the Old Testament’s Book of Daniel for clues about the world’s end.”

From his study, Newton was probably not a trinitarian.  This has been documented by various sources.  One presentation that I heard a number of years ago was very interesting.  You might find it interesting as well:

Isaac Newton and Socinianism Associations with a Greater Heresy – Stephen David Snoblen

Enjoy.

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One response to this post.

  1. Posted by armyscout on April 24, 2009 at 9:15 pm

    Hi Victor
    There is a bit about Isaac Newton on this web site.
    check it out: http://www.tudor.vc/trinity9.html
    Also, read the article on Michael Servetus (A Spanish equivalent of Isaac Newton).
    Enjoy
    ArmyScout

    Reply

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