Untitled Treatise on Revelation (section 1.1) Author: Isaac Newton Source: Yahuda Ms. 1.1, National Library of Israel, Jerusalem, Israel Published online: June 2004 Additional Information. Notes on the Original Document. Folio 11 is missing.
I Believe the events recorded in The Book of Revelation happen in the order they are recorded with few if any exceptions. I believe The Rapture happens at the midway point, after The Church's Tribulation but before God pours out His Wrath.
Humans have always worried about the end of the world, but Isaac Newton wasn't the type of man to accept an apocalypse scare at face value.No, when fearmongers of the 1700s made biblical predictions about the end of times, he hit the books and did some fact-checking. Newton was no slouch when it came to theology. Just as his obsessive, problem-solving nature led him to explore the mysteries.
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Newton's anti-trinitarianism is evident also in his interpretation of Revelation. According to Newton, the seventh seal began in the year 380, when trinitarianism was officially ratified at the Council of Constantinople. The great apostasy was not Romanism, but trinitarianism, “the false infernal religion”, to quote Newton's own words.
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