Prosecuting Athanasius: Protestant forensics and the mirrors of persecution

@inproceedings{Iliffe2004ProsecutingAP,
  title={Prosecuting Athanasius: Protestant forensics and the mirrors of persecution},
  author={R. Iliffe},
  year={2004}
}
Isaac Newton has traditionally been revered as a great natural philosopher and mathematician. More recently, he has been uncovered as an adept alchemist and theologian. Less well known is the fact that, in addition to these accomplishments, he was also a legal expert, an historical litigator who used any evidence at his disposal to indict historical malefactors for their crimes. With regard to his scientific work, this fact would be of minimal relevance except that Newton was occasionally… Expand