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by Isaac Newton

ISBN: 1609420888
ISBN13: 978-1609420888
Language: English
Publisher: Alba & Tromm (September 30, 2010)
Pages: 170
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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.

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. Largely unknown and unpublished documents, evidently written by Isaac Newton, indicate that he believed the world could end in 2060 AD.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 .

Sir Isaac Newton (1643-1727) was, of course, an English physicist, mathematician, whose Principia (published in 1687) founded classical mechanics, and described universal gravitation and the three laws of motion; his other major work is the Opticks

Sir Isaac Newton (1643-1727) was, of course, an English physicist, mathematician, whose Principia (published in 1687) founded classical mechanics, and described universal gravitation and the three laws of motion; his other major work is the Opticks. He was also, however, a fervent believer in God, and devoted considerable time in his later years to studying the Bible and biblical prophecy.

Of the relation which the Apocalypse of John hath to the Book of the Law of Moses, and to the worship of God in the Temple.

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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. His Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica, published in 1687, is considered to be the most influential book in the history of science.

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PART I. Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel CHAP. III. Of the relation which the Prophecy of John hath to those of Daniel ; and of the Subject of the Prophecy. Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel. I. Introduction concerning, the Compilers of the Books of the Old Testament. Of the vision of the Image composed of four Metals. IV. Of the vision of the four Beasts. Part I. Upon the. Prophecies of DANIEL. Introduction concerning the Compilers of the books of the Old Testament.

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Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker. Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel, and the Apocalypse of St. John. When Manasses set up a carved image in the house of the Lord, and built altars in the two courts of the house, to all the host of Heaven, and us'd inchantments and witchcraft, and familiar spirits, and for his great wickedness was invaded by the army of Asserhadon King of Assyria, and carried captive to Babylon; the book of the Law.

Newton went to University to show that God exists. In this work, he presents biblical prophecies and study about them. According to him, Bible prophecy would not be understood "until the time of the end", which should be in the 21st century.
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Sir Isaac Newton (1643-1727) was, of course, an English physicist, mathematician, whose Principia (published in 1687) founded classical mechanics, and described universal gravitation and the three laws of motion; his other major work is the Opticks. He was also, however, a fervent believer in God, and devoted considerable time in his later years to studying the Bible and biblical prophecy. [NOTE: page numbers refer to a 323-page hardcover reprint edition.]

He states about Daniel chapter 7-8, "By the conversion of the ten kingdoms to the Roman religion, the Pope not only enlarged his spiritual dominion, but did not yet rise up as a horn of the Beast. It was his temporal dominion which made him one of the horns: and this dominion he acquired in the latter half of the eighth century, by subduing three of the former horns as above. And now being arrived at a temporal dominion, and a power above all human judicature, he reigned `with a look more stout than his fellows' [7:20, 25], and `times and laws were' henceforward `given into his hands for a time times and half a time,' or three times and an half; that is, for 1260 solar years, reckoning a time for a Calendar year of 360 days, and a day for a solar year." (Pg. 113-114)

Of Daniel 9:24-27, he observes, "Here, by putting a week for seven years, are reckoned 490 years from the time that the dispersed Jews should be re-incorporated into `a people and a holy city until the resurrection of Christ; whereby `transgression should be finished, and sins ended, iniquity be expiated, and everlasting righteousness brought in, and this Vision be accomplished, and the Prophet consummated, that prophet whom the Jews expected; and whereby the `most Holy' should be `anointed,' he who is therefore in the next words called the `Anointed,' that is , the Messiah, or the Christ." (Pg. 130)

He continues, "The Israelites in the days of the ancient Prophets, when the ten Tribes were led into captivity, expected a double return; and that at the first the Jews should build a new Temple inferior to Solomon's, until the time of that age should be fulfilled; and afterwards they should return from all places of their captivity, and build Jerusalem and the Temple gloriously... Now while such a return from captivity was the expectation of Israel, even before the times of Daniel, I know not why Daniel should omit it in his prophecy. This part of the Prophecy being therefore not yet fulfilled, I shall not attempt a particular interpretation of it, but content myself with observing, that as the seventy and sixty-two weeks were Jewish weeks, ending with Sabbatical years; so the seven weeks are the compass of a Jubilee, and of the highest nature for which a Jubilee can be kept: and since `the commandment to return and to build' Jerusalem, precedes the Messiah the Prince 49 years; it may perhaps come forth not from the Jews themselves, but from some other kingdom friendly to them, and precede their return from captivity, and give occasion to it..." (Pg. 133-134)

He explains, "Whether Daniel used the Chaldaic or Jewish year, is not very material; the difference being but six hours in a year, and 4 months in 480 years. But I take his years to be Jewish: first, because Daniel was a Jew, and the Jews even by the names of the Chaldean months understood the months of their own year: Secondly, because the prophecy is grounded on Jeremiah's concerning the 70 years captivity, and therefore must be understood of the same sort of years with the seventy; and those are JEWISH, since that prophecy was given in Judea before the captivity: and lastly, because Daniel reckons by weeks of years, which is a way of reckoning peculiar to the Jewish years... For as their years ran by sevens, and the last day of every seven was a Sabbath; so their years ran by sevens, and the last day of every seven was a sabbatical year and seven such weeks of years made a Jubilee." (Pg. 138)

He suggests of Daniel 12, "'Tis therefore a part of this Prophecy, that it should not be understood before the last age of the world; and therefore it makes for the credit of the Prophecy, that it is not yet understood. But if the last age, the age of opening these things, be now approaching, as by the great successes of late Interpreters it seems to be, we have more encouragement than ever to look into these things. If the general preaching of the Gospel be approaching, it is to us and our posterity that those words mainly belong: `In the time of the end the wise shall understand, but none of the wicked shall understand. Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this Prophecy, and keep those things which were written therein.'" (Pg. 250-251)

Newton is widely perceived as having "wasted" his later years by studying biblical prophecies; Christians may judge for themselves whether this perception is true, or not.

Olwado
Newton always gets five star with me. Love all his works!
This book makes you think!
While reading it, I was forced to humble myself and opinions I had about the bible.
Being that Newton did the Calculus which transcends the real to the imaginary through the Unit Circle.
It points that Jesus Christ is the Christ that transcended from man to god.
One to one mapping Conformal conformations. The book is written extremely raw, seems like their was no editors back then.
He writes in English than throws you off by jumping to Latin. Which I understand here and there.
I recommend the book to any Newton fan it surely takes you to a place that only a genius can navigate.

Manemanu
This is a book I read online years ago and thought I needed to add to my bookshelf. I believe Isaac Newton spent a lot of time with God going to him with questions on his mind and God answered him with the small things like an apple hitting him on the head. I agree with a lot of his historical views of interpretation but am not premillenial. During his time (as he states in his book)a lot of expositor's saw more fullfilment of the prophesies of Daniel in the first coming of Christ as do I. I also believe the feet of iron and clay are both Roman and Jew. The kingdoms represented are kingdoms that ruled Jerusalem and at the time of Christ the Jews had a priestly rulership though it was a man-made one (clay) while the Romans had a strong-arm rulership (iron). This is an eye opener for anyone who has not read any interpretation from a historical viewpoint and well worth the price. Relatively short and to the point.

LiTTLe_NiGGa_in_THE_СribE
Good read, but it is kind of stale - a lot of direct from the bible stuff, but they are nice enough to translate most of what is being said in to basic English for those that don't/can't follow the obscurity of the bibles writing. Keep in mind their translations (just like anyone's translations) are subject to their interpretation and therefore not always going to be correct or only conclusion. Overall if was okay and I did get some answers/clarification from the readings.

Quemal
Physicist Stephen Hawking, who would later hold Newton's former position at Cambridge as the Lucasian Professor of Mathematics, once wrote that the purpose of his studies was to know the mind of God. I'm sure he said that with a tinge of irony, but Newton's "Observations" gives even a reader who might not be well versed in mathematics a glimpse into the mind of one of the most brilliant and enigmatic men who ever lived.

Mr.Twister
Can't say enough good things about this book. It's a must have if you enjoy Bible prophecy and history. You'll end up reading most of the chapters several times to take in all the information Newton provides. His insight and interpretations are second to none. The chapter on Daniel's 70 weeks is Newton at his best. This book got me to search out more of Newton's work, he's that good.

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