"Newton's Riddle": A Bible Thriller!
Now, Sid Roth of Messianic Vision ministry is promoting a new book on the subject, Newton's Riddle by Neill G. Russell, which contains additional information about Newton and his understanding of the end times.
There is strong evidence that God gave Newton the most mysterious secret and riddle of all -- the timing and the events of the end of the age!
(Well, no wonder WT gave him a big write up in the mag a couple of months ago. Bet they are getting ready to join with these evangelists to promote the new date of the second coming per Newton!)
"Before his death in 1727, Sir Isaac Newton, the famous physicist, concealed a prophetic script in one of his journals. This mysteriously coded script detailed crucial future events involving Israel and the return of Jesus. Incorporating Sir Isaac Newton's extensive research, Bible prophecy, and the bond that exists between America and Israel during the final days of planet earth, Newton's Riddle by Neill Russell is a captivating, suspenseful tale ripped from tomorrow's headlines. I have never read such a current, prophetic book. Newton's Riddle is a 'now' book for the most critical juncture in human history. You will not be able to put this biblical thriller down."
Apparently, God Himself put in Newton's heart this burning desire to study Daniel, then gave him the key to the timing of Christ's return.
Could this be the final profound secret the Lord revealed to this godly genius near the end of his life -- a secret "accidentally" discovered in the Library of Congress and republished just in the last few years -- a secret so simple that most have missed it?
If Newton was correct in his interpretation of Daniel, the prophet to whom God gave specific timing, then the return of the Lord Jesus Christ will be very, very soon, indeed!
A new prophecy for the Watchtower to stall D-day time:
Based on "Newton's riddle" the book says, "Messiah's possible return to earth will be on or before the year 2016."
Even so, others say that Newton's calculations point directly to Sept. 23, 2015 on the Day of Atonement.
Since Watchtower recently devoted press time in the mag to Isaac Newton, I wonder if they plan to use Newton's "predictions" to get a few more years mileage out of the poor misguided Dubs? Wonder, too if this means that WT will begin to mainstream with the evangelicals as they are promoting Isaac Newtons prophecies, too?
Wasn't the Daniel Book and the Revelation book based on some of Newton's interpretations?