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William Whiston 1740 Watchtower Jehovah
Eternity of Hell Torments Considered by William Whiston 1740 Watchtower Jehovah
1740. William Whiston used his scientific skills to carefully and prayerfully examine the Bible. He discovered something very interesting. Whiston discovered that the Bible does not teach that Hell is an eternal place of torment. Instead of giving in to the fear of man and keeping this discovery to himself, Whiston went on to bravely publish his finding for all to read. This rare book containing one hundred and forty six pages is what he published. Here is an original RARE book entitled Eternity of Hell Torments Considered written by William Whiston. It was published in 1740. The 2014 Awake 8/14 pp. 12-13 article entitled William Whiston directly identifies William Whiston as not believing in the Hell Torment doctrine as you can read below: 2014 Awake 8/14 pp. 12-13 William Whiston PORTRAITS FROM THE PAST William Whiston William Whiston was a scientist, mathematician, clergyman, prolific writer, and colleague of English physicist and mathematician Sir Isaac Newton. In the year 1702, Whiston succeeded Newton as Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at the University of Cambridge, England. This chair, or professorship, has been held by some of the greatest minds in science and technology. WHISTON is also known, especially to Bible students, for his translation into English of the writings of first-century Jewish historian Flavius Josephus. The Works of Josephus shed considerable light on Jewish history and the world of the early Christians. WHISTON'S BELIEFS Whiston applied his keen intellect to many topics, especially science and religion. He believed that the Bible's account of … [Click Below for Full Description]
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