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by Isaac Newton

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Author:
Isaac Newton
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978-8187409038
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8187409037
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Printland Publishers US (March 1, 1998)
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Isaac Newton brought forward what later writers, notably Charles Russell in Studies in the Scriptures, have presented much more comprehensively, after time and events had elapsed to bring Newton's views into clearer focus

Newton takes a historicist approach to both Daniel and Revelation, for example identifying the dragon in Revelation 12 with pagan Rome and persecutions of the early church.

Published by Printland Publishers. Newton takes a historicist approach to both Daniel and Revelation, for example identifying the dragon in Revelation 12 with pagan Rome and persecutions of the early church.

Best known for his advancements in scientific thought Sir Isaac Newton was also big into his apocalyptic .

Best known for his advancements in scientific thought Sir Isaac Newton was also big into his apocalyptic prophecy. Largely unknown and unpublished documents, evidently written by Isaac Newton, indicate that he believed the world could end in 2060 AD. (He also had many other possible dates . In his ed Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel, and the Apocalypse of St. John, Newton expressed his belief that Bible prophecy would not be understood "until the time of the end", and that even then "none of the wicked shall understand".

Isaac Newton delves into the writings of ancient historians to show fulfillment of the prophecies in the book of Daniel

Isaac Newton delves into the writings of ancient historians to show fulfillment of the prophecies in the book of Daniel. The greatest fulfillment was the the coming of the Messiah which was to happen 62 sevens or 434 years after the rebuilding of the wall and streets of Jerusalem in Nehemiah's day, 4278 Julian date, or 434BC. First published in 1733, six years after he died, republished in 1991, Of religious and historical value, Isaac newton took bible prophecy as serious as his scientific principles of gravity, planetary movements and mathematics.

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Sir Isaac Newton and his followers have also a very odd opinion concerning the work of Go.

Sir Isaac Newton and his followers have also a very odd opinion concerning the work of God. According to their doctrine, God Almighty wants to wind up his watch from time to time: otherwise it would cease to move  .

Sir Isaac Newton’s Daniel and the Apocalypse with an introductory study of the nature and the cause of unbelief, of miracles and prophecy, by Sir William Whitla; 1922; Murray, London. Best known for his advancements in scientific thought Sir Isaac Newton was also big into his apocalyptic prophecy.

of Daniel and the Apocalypse of St. JohnIsaac Newton1733. Of the relation which the Prophecy of John hath to those of Daniel; and of the Subject of the Prophecy.

74629Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel and the Apocalypse of St. JohnIsaac Newton1733 My Lord . This work was published before January 1, 1925, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.

Author: Isaac Newton. Whether Daniel used the Chaldaick or Jewish year, is not very material; the difference being but six hours in a year, and 4 months in 480 years.

d, and the Epistles of the Kings, concerning the holy gifts, 2 Maccab. So the Prophecies of Isaiah, written at several times, he has collected into one body. ii. 13. By the Acts of David I understand here the two books of Samuel, or at least the second book. Out of the Acts of the Kings, written from time to time by the Prophets, he compos'd the books of the Kings of Judah and Israel, the Chronicles of the Kings of Judah, and the Chronicles of the Kings of Israel. And the like he did for those of Jeremiah, and the rest of the Prophets, down to the days of the second Temple.

  • The real predictions of the rapture are on point with Isaac Newton, while all the others fail I take Isaac Newtons 2060 A.D as the earliest possible year for the rapture as the most credible.

    This book was ahead of it's time, and in a way can make you open your mind a bit on how brainiacs of the past interpreted parts of the bible

    A must buy for serious theological study.

  • I purchased this book in anticipation of a class I will be taking on the book of Daniel. I find it interesting that a noted historical figure and respected scientist wrote more in his life about the Bible than he did about science. This fact is obvious when you pick up his book on The Prophecies of Daniel. It is, as expected, well written and full of scriptural references. Newton sites several scriptures as well as some writings from the Maccabees which helps him lay out the History of the book of prophecy in an organized and well thought out manner.

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  • While I had originally bought this book to satisfy my own curiosity, it has now become my 8 yo daughter's favorite history book that we use in our home school lessons. While I don't hold Newton's "historicist" view of the prophecies, I do enjoy his scholarship of church history, which my daughter and I have been discovering together. Beware that significant passages are written in Latin because Newton assumes if you are educated enough to read, you can read Latin, too. This is another subject we are studying and we are working together to decipher these passages. In all, it is an intriguing book.

  • nice book with a reasonable price

  • The views expressed in this book are those of a meticulous student of history and the Bible. Newton believed that the Creator and sustainer of the universe is both the God of science and the God of the Bible. This book surveys some of the leading prophecies of Daniel and Revelation in the light of history, demonstrating that God caused to have recorded, largely in symbolic representations, historical events long before they actually transpired. Isaac Newton brought forward what later writers, notably Charles Russell in Studies in the Scriptures, have presented much more comprehensively, after time and events had elapsed to bring Newton's views into clearer focus.

    Not only are Isaac Newton's prophetic views far more substantial than the mainline religionists of his day, but his theology as a whole is more thoughtful, studied, and substantiated.

  • A historicist's look at the prophecies of the Bible. Considered by most, one of the most intelligent people that ever walked the earth, some of his views are hard to find fault with. Newton's mastery of history is much to be admired. This book will definitely give you some food for thought.