Newman Watts was a 20th-century author known for his novel "The Man Who Could Not Sin", about the second coming of Christ. An excerpt from the novel was included in John Carey's "Faber Book of Utopias".
Watts was also known as 'A London Journalist' and wrote a regular column in the Christian Herald.
Watts wrote over 40 Christian books, publications and tracts.
Watts was a Protestant.
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