Newman Watts

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Newman Watts was a 20th-century author known for his novel "The Man Who Could Not Sin",[1] 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.[citation needed]

Watts wrote over 40 Christian books, publications and tracts.[citation needed]

Watts was a Protestant.[2]