Isaac Newton, Practical Magician

If the revered Isaac Newton was a Christian, he was no saint, and he was certainly not a literal creationist. Let us look at his profane worldview, his luciferian life work, and his carnal lifestyle.

UPDATE: I have decided not to continue writing this article; to do it justice would require several hundred more hours of research. To see the research materials referenced so far, please watch my del.icio.us link collection.

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Newton Christianity and Creationism

You couldn't be more wrong about Newton's religious beliefs. He certainly was a Christian if "heretical", he was a Unitarian. But he was certainly a Creationist, without a doubt, and extreme Creationist. His natural philosophy and natural theology were one project to him-both an effort to discover the attributes of God, God in the Judea-Christian tradition. See the following site for more info: http://www.isaac-newton.org/

Newton and Religion

Please note also the note on the web site you referenced to back up your comments on Newton: "NOTE: NB: this document is still 'work in progress' and has not yet been checked against the original manuscript."

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