DID YOU KNOW – Sir Isaac Newton was a Devoted?

  • There are several extra-biblical proofs of Jesus’ existence. For a long time, most theological scholars, drawing their conclusions from the Bible, agreed that a certain man named Jesus Christ of Nazareth existed in biblical times. In recent years, there have been several physical evidences beyond the Bible that may indicate that Jesus walked this earth

Well-known evidences are: the discovery of the nails of the cross of Jesus, the Shroud of Turin, the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Tomb of Jesus

  • Christian is being killed for his faith every 6 minutes. Thousands of Christians are being murdered around the world, according to a report by the Center for Studies on New Religions . A development that makes Christians the most persecuted religious group in the world.
  • St. Augustine, in the 4th century, wrote that Christians should not interpret Genesis literally because if science proved it otherwise, Christian witness would be gone.
  • Sir Isaac Newton was a devoted Christian, to the amazement of many. Mathematician, astronomer, craftsman, theologian and physicist Sir Isaac Newton, best known for his work on gravity, was a Christian since his youth and wrote passionately in defense of the Christian faith. Newton made a huge contribution to science. He laid the foundations of modern calculus and his discoveries led to several breakthroughs in recent centuries
  • The sacred text of Christianity is the Christian Bible, which consists of the Old Testament (the Jewish Bible) and the New Testament. The New Testament contains 27 books: four gospels (narratives of Jesus’ life), one account of the apostles’ ministry after Jesus’ death, letters from church leaders (the earliest of which predate the Gospels), and an apocalyptic book.

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