The Religion of Isaac Newton
These lectures contend that the religion of Isaac Newton was primarily historical and scriptural, and that the metaphysical arguments about God and nature in which he became involved in the latter part of his career were not his central preoccupation as homo religiosus.
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GODS WORD AND GODS WORKS
A Fragments from a Treatise on Revelation
B Of the Day of Judgment and World to come
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