Not many are aware that the father of Physics and arguably the greatest scientist of all time – Sir Isaac Newton, was a zealous believer in God. He spent more time studying scripture than he did science and math.
After intense study of the scriptures, Newton concluded that the Trinity was a false doctrine and he believed that most people were not ready to receive this information. Denying the Trinity was heretical, and so Newton remained extremely cautious about his views. His beliefs about the Trinity, and his notes on it were not found until two centuries after his death.
In his writings regarding the Trinity, he wonders why a metaphysical concept imported from Greek philosophy, a practice of which he was extremely suspicious, was taught as truth when there was shaky inference in scripture. He insisted “the true faith was in the text.”
This video explains his beliefs, practices, and his conclusions with regards to the timing of events in God’s calendar.