There is a fascinating book a great many people know nothing about named Newton’s Prophecies of Daniel. It was initially composed by Isaac Newton and distributed in 1733. I for one have perused a later release distributed in 2000. In this book, Isaac Newton expounds on the books of Daniel and Revelation following quite a while of verifiable review. I accept the composition of this book talks straightforwardly to the inquiry, does the Bible concur with science? From the stance of Newton, it does.
I was dazzled by a portion of the remarks from the new distributer of Newton’s book, Arthur B. Robinson, “The focal message of this book for present day perusers may not be such a huge amount in what it expresses yet in what it is. During his whole life, Isaac Newton persistently analyzed his exploratory and hypothetical comprehension of science with his perusing of the Bible. He tracked down the substance of these two wellsprings of truth to be so totally viable that he respected each work of the Bible to be just about as right as the situations of arithmetic and physical science.” (Newton’s Prophecies of Daniel, distributed by the Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine, 2000, pp.xi,xii).
While the book is fairly difficult to peruse as no endeavor is made to place it into present day English (it’s a definite copy of Thomas Jefferson’s unique duplicate), I might want to share a few particulars from my general comprehension of it. Newton goes into profundity examining authentic examinations both of how the Bible was initially arranged and how genuine verifiable occasions contrast and the predictions. He begins by examining who is probably going to have composed the He is rise books, starting to a great extent by Moses and Joshua. It’s fairly similar to showing all references while composing an insightful paper. Then he takes a gander at explicit predictions in Daniel and portrays the consequence of his examination towards proving them. For instance, he discusses the prediction of the monster with ten horns and from his examination presents a defense for these addressing ten verifiable people groups like the Franks and the Huns.
While I don’t completely accept that the Bible is intended to be a book of science, rather an aide for living, I don’t feel Christians should be worried that it is against science. Then again, it is steady with science. I read from Newton’s insightful methodology, while as yet keeping up with confidence in the Scriptures, as an extraordinary unprejudiced validation for the reality of the Bible.