"Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), in England, rejected the doctrine of the Trinity and wrote detailed historical and Scriptural reasons for doing so, but he did not have these published during his lifetime, evidently out of fear of the consequences. Sir Isaac Newton and Henry Grew were among those who had earlier rejected the Trinity as unscriptural."
Sir Isaac Newton, tho' a great Mathematician, was a man ofvery little Religion, in so much that he is ranked with the Heterodoxmen of the age. Nay they stick not to make him, with respect tobelief, of no better principles than Mr. Woolaston [correctedlater to Wolston], who hath written so many vile books and makeso much noise.
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On his return to Cambridge (1667), Newton became a Fellow of Trinity College, and, in 1668, took his MA. In the following year, Isaac Barrow resigned his chair in favour of his young pupil. Newton's lecture series resulted in an essay which later formed Book 1 of Opticks .