This little book is a quick introduction into the life of Issac Newton.
At first when I received this book I was hesitant to start reading it. The author, Mitch Stokes, has a Ph.D. in philosophy, an M.A in religion, and an M.S. in mechanical engineering. I do not have any training in the high sciences, nor do I ever want to! I was worried that perhaps the book would be stuffy and difficult for me to read.
After I began reading I was quickly surprised! It was an easy read (at only 168 small pages) and written for a layman (such as myself) to get a quick grasp of Isaac Newton's life - both his faith and science!
Mitch Stokes does an excellent job of conveying scientific items in a way that, although I don't understand them, I was able to "get" while reading.
Isaac Newton felt that "to be constantly engaged in studying and probing into God's actions was true worship (page 44)." Although I may not be able to study and probe in the way a genius such as Newton could, I was encouraged by his diligence towards learning about the world we live in.
I would recommend this book to anyone interested in the great scientist Newton, or anyone curious about how many of the beliefs we hold as fact came to be.
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