SIR ISAAC NEWTON ON – “RELATIVITY” -- THE RELATIVITY BETWEEN THE WORSHIP OF JESUS AND THE WORSHIP OF THE FATHER!
SIR ISAAC NEWTON (circa. 1642-1727 C.E.): “...We must believe that he is exalted to the right hand of God, Acts 2, OR IS – ( NEXT IN ) – DIGNITY – ( TO ) – GOD THE FATHER ALMIGHTY, the first begotten the heir of all things and Lord over all the creation – ( NEXT ) – ( UNDER ) – GOD, and we must give him suitable worship... The worship which we are directed in scripture to give to Jesus respects his death and exaltation to the right hand of God AND IS GIVEN TO HIM – ( AS ) – OUR LORD AND KING – AND TENDS – ( TO ) – THE GLORY – ( OF ) GOD THE FATHER. Should we give the father that worship which is due to the Son we should be Partripassians, and SHOULD WE GIVE THE SON ALL THAT WORSHIP WHICH IS DUE TO THE FATHER WE SHOULD MAKE TWO CREATORS AND BE GUILTY OF POLYTHEISM and in both cases we should practically deny the father and the Son. ...” - (Yahuda MS 15.3, ff. 45-6., quoted on Pages 819-827, Chapter 15, “Years Of Decline,” In: “NEVER AT REST: A BIOGRAPHY OF ISAAC NEWTON,” By Richard H. Westfall, Cambridge University Press: 1980.)