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  • (diff | hist) . . Isaac Newton‎; 23:35 . . (-516). .Unbuttered Parsnip (talk | contribs)(rm redundant refs (2))
  • (diff | hist) . . Isaac Newton‎; 19:04 . . (-374). .Schlier22 (talk | contribs)(Effect on religious thought: Odo Marquard "argued" based on later secularization, not based on Newton's thought, which was unequivocal that only God could definitively remove evil at the Last Judgment.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Isaac Newton‎; 19:00 . . (-431). .Schlier22 (talk | contribs)(Effect on religious thought: Factually false that Leibniz removed God's participation from nature. In 1st letter, Leibniz says, "And I hold, that when God works Miracles, he does not do it in order to supply the Wants of Nature, but those of Grace.")
  • (diff | hist) . . Isaac Newton‎; 18:50 . . (-293). .Schlier22 (talk | contribs)(Effect on religious thought: Deleted the biased claim, here falsely cited as matter of fact, that Newton's views downplayed the afterlife.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Isaac Newton‎; 18:46 . . (-231). .Schlier22 (talk | contribs)(Effect on religious thought: Deleted the preposterous claim that Newton overthrew the notion of an interventionist God. Reason: Newton believed in miracles and even cited God as intervening to adjust the planetary orbits.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Isaac Newton‎; 18:30 . . (-216). .Schlier22 (talk | contribs)(Effect on religious thought: Deleted spuriously sourced claim, which falsely claimed Leibniz was a deist.)