Spirituality-Religions Prophecies Nostradamus Sir Issac Newton's Daniel and the Apocalypse

Sir Issac Newton's Daniel and the Apocalypse

Sir Issac Newton's Daniel and the Apocalypse
Catalog # SKU3028
Publisher TGS Publishing
Weight 1.00 lbs
Author Name Issac Newton, William Whitla
ISBN 10: 161033020X
ISBN 13: 9781610330206
 
$19.95
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Sir Issac Newton's
Daniel and the Apocalypse


Nature and Cause of
Unbelief, of Miracles and Prophecy


by
William Whitla

Carefully reproduced facsimile edition of this hard to find work on the great philosopher, scientist, and Biblical Scholar Issac Newton. A study into the Biblical theories of prophecies of Issac Newton, many based on his scientific and mathematial expertise. The author William Whitley adds his own research into the prophecies by adding historical background, explanations, definitions, and alternate views. Vegetable life, for instance, is a miracle of God, that we fail to recognize.

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TGS Publishing Note:
This is a facsimile book of an original printing. TGS invested in software and equipment in late 2008 that really increased the quality and speed to create facsimile books. This investment helps overcome many problems of reproducing many older books, such as yellowed pages, stains, see-thru or onion skin type paper, colored paper, brown inks, etc. These are scanned pages, not 'copied' pages, and the quality of print truly represents the quality of the print of the original book, though we may have been able to enhance or darken the print. We are proud to be able to preserve this work through new technology.



372+pages - 7 x 8½ in 5 volumes - softcover
ISBN-10: 161033020X
ISBN-13: 9781610330206

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