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Isaac Newton in his time -- and ours

July 28, 2007

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AS WITH Jeff Jacoby in his July 22 column "A teacher with faith and reason" (Op-ed), I've been struck by some of Isaac Newton's writings, a number of which indeed read as if written by a modern advocate of intelligent design. Jacoby argues that one of the greatest physicists of all time, Newton, by holding such views, couldn't get a ... (Full article: 384 words)

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