Sir Isaac Newton. The name is on every shortlist of “the greatest scientific minds in history.” By the age of 25, Newton had laid the foundations for his monumental discoveries of the laws of motion, principles of optics and light, and the invention of calculus. More than three centuries later his discoveries still influence our daily lives in countless ways. But Newton’s significance extends beyond the physical realm, for he viewed his work as an extension of his deep, abiding faith in the Creator of the universe. Celebrate this extraordinary life and the bond between science and faith in this memorable short video.
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