Isaac Newton - Two Notable Corruptions
First we will start with material from TC-Alternate posts, two are copied over, two are urls.
This will give some sense of the different English editions through 1841, more complete than above.
Two letters of Sir Isaac Newton to Mr. Le Clerc, late Divinity Professor of the Remonstrants in Holland : the former containing a dissertation upon the reading of the Greek text, I John, v. 7 : the latter upon that of I Timothy, iii 16 / published from authentick MSS in the Library of the Remonstrants in Holland.(1754)
The Recorder (1803) p. 184-256
William Matthews of Bath
Newton's handwriting in the possession of Dr. Ekens, Dean of Carlisle
The Unitarian Miscellany and Christian Monitor, Volume 5
p. 292-310 (heavenly witnesses)
A collection of essays and tracts in theology, from various authors,with biographical and critical notices , Volume 2 (1823)
An Historical Account of Two Notable Corruptions of Scripture: In a Letter to a Friend (1841)
Published Entire from a MS. in the Author's Hand-writing in the Possession of the Rev. Dr. Ekens, Dean of Carlisle'
Exactly reprinted from Bishop Horsley's Edition of Sir Isaac Newton's Works, vol. v
LONDON: John Green, 121 Newgate Street. 1841
Early references in the history.
Wettstein mentions the Newton work, per Letis p. 227. Looking for the Letis reference, likely The ecclesiastical text: text criticism, biblical authority, and the popular mind (1997) not immediately available in my Asheville library. Letis has relevant information at http://www.holywordcafe.com/bible/re...ne_lecture.pdf it is not Wettstein mentioning Newton. I'll plan on checking more on the Letis material.
Prolegomena ad Novi Testamenti Graeci editionem accuratissimam: e vetustissimis codd. MSS. denuo procurandam; in quibus agitur de codd. MSS. N. Testamenti, scriptoribus Graecis qui N. Testamento usi sunt, versionibus veteribus, editionibus prioribus, & claris interpretibus; & proponuntur animadversiones & cautiones ad examen variarum lectionum N. T. necessariae (1730)
Letters in Answer to some Queries sent to the Author, concerning the genuine reading of the Greek Text, I TIM. iii. 16, now first published on occasion of Sir Isaac Newton's two letters to Mr. Le Clerc,
Monthly Review (1759)
Review of: Letters in Answer to some Queries sent to the Author, concerning the genuine reading of the Greek Text, I TIM. iii. 16, now first published on occasion of Sir Isaac Newton's two letters to Mr. Le Clerc,
This actually goes back to 1737-1738 lectures on 1 Timothy 3:16 and John Berriman responded in 1738. This shows some use of the Newton material in the 1730s. Details from Berriman will be put on the 1 Timothy 3:16 history sections.
Was Sir Isaac Newton a Unitarian (1830)
Antitrinitarian biography (1850)
Was Sir Isaac Newton a Unitarian (1858)
This has been an ongoing discussion. The two articles take opposite views.
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The religious opinions of Milton, Locke, and Newton
... Whiston having obtained his from Newton, before the two men became estranged. John Berriman (1691-1768), the third person said by Wetstein to have had a manuscript of the dissertations, was an Oxford graduate (1729) and the author of A