The Newton Project

Leading the current revolution in Newton scholarship, the Newton Project is employing innovative technology to make Newton’s once-concealed private manuscripts accessible to the public. The Newton Project was founded in 1998 and is currented based at the University of Oxford. Almost all of Newton’s theological, prophetic and church history manuscripts hve now been transcribed. Some of Newton’s scientific manuscripts and Mint papers have also been transcribed. For more information on Newton’s theology and transcriptions of Newton’s theological manuscripts, visit the Newton Project website:

The Newton Project Canada

Founded in 2004 and based at King’s College, Halifax, Nova Scotia, the Newton Project Canada works in conjunction with the Newton Project (UK) and serves as a Canadian centre of operations for transcription work and related Newton scholarship. Its website also includes some unique resources, including foreign language translations of one of Newton’s theological manuscripts. Visit the Newton Project Canada website: