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Th e Act of Uniformity of 1662, however, altered the conciliatory temper in some respects, and in both great universities a retrogressive spirit in philosophy as well as religion became dominant for a time. John Pearson, who followed Fem e in the Mastership of Trinity, announced in his in­ augural lecture as Lady Margaret Professor that his method would be that of the Schoolmen, and more particularly Aquinas. Pearson was one of the great worthies of Anglican theology, and who knows but that his Exposition of the Creed (1659, revised and enlarged in 1662) drove Newton to secret unitarianism.

Egyptians and Greeks that they were of greater antiquity than the Hebrews and hence closer to the original creation. Throughout his life Newton defined himself and the Christian community to which No single text in isolation is conclusive, and their evidence is prof­ fered with a measure of skepticism; but in their total effect these records are compelling. ” In the commentaries on the prophecies, Affections, & Senses,” the word Dreame (from Gregory’s Nomenclatura), is followed by Doubting, Dispaire, Distrust, Desire, Dread, Displeasure, Discourtesie, Discreadit, Discourse.

Further records do not exist. Stukeley credits Stokes, the schoolmaster at Grantham, with the discovery of Newton’s genius and his rescue from a life devoted to managing his mother’s and his own estate. His mother, as well as the servants, were somewhat offended at this bookish­ ness of his: the latter would say the lad is foolish, and will never be fit for business. But his old master, Mr. Stokes, who now became rector of Colsterworth, saw thro’, judg’d better, and admir’d his uncommon genius; he never ceas’d remonstrating to his mother what a loss it was to the world, as well as a vain attempt, to bury so extraordinary a talent in rustic business.

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