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What was Sir Isaac Newton's Relationship to Prophecy of the Future?
Sir Isaac Newton, one of the most valuable minds of physics and all of science lived in England. He lived through the Bubonic Plague during his college years.
Most people know him for his science. However, very few people know how much he loved to write about prophecy.
In fact the majority of his writings were about religious matters and prophecy of the future.
In Newton's earlier work, he actually predicted the date of the 2nd Coming of Jesus Christ. However, as time went on, he became wiser, and wrote prophecy books that stretched the date far beyond the lifetimes of anyone living during his time.
One such prediction uses simple math to put the 2nd Coming of Jesus Christ at 2050 AD. It was recorded in Obersations Upon the Prophecies of Daniel and the Apocalypse of St. John. (NOTE: www.LastDaysTimeline.com does not endorse this 2050 AD prediction)
Observations Upon The Prophecies of Daniel and the Apocalypse of St. John - by Sir Isaac Newton Free eBook Download
This work of Sir Isaac Newton of Observations Upon The Prophecies of Daniel and the Apocalypse of St. John, is one of many religious books authored by Newton. This work dives deep into the books of Daniel and John the Revelator to put some of the peices together. This was an early attempt to look at the Lion, the Bear, the Leopard of Daniel Chapter 7, plus more.
Newton was working in a historical time frame that is earlier than our own day of 2017+. He too believed that looking at history would allow us to unravel some of the future prophecies. The problem is, Newton lived in a day that wasn't far enough along the Last Days Timeline to see a clear picture.
NOTE: This is a primary source book for the scholars that say that the 4 Beasts of Daniel Chapter 7 match the Metal Man of Daniel Chapter 1. They believe this, because....if Newton said it, and he was smart, it must be right.
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