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"Where Galileo was charged with heresy for championing a scientific theory, Newton really was a heretic. He denied the Christian Trinity, and though he believed that Christ had been more than a man, Newton believed him to be subordinate to God the Father. Naturally, he kept these beliefs secret." Morris, Richard. 1997. Achilles in the Quantum World. New York: Henry Holt & Co., p. 61.