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Did Einstein believe in God?

The letter of Einstein’s own hands auction unexpectedly worth $ 2.9 million In which he spoke about God’s existence. This letter was written by Einstein in 1954 in German language, and it was expected that it would be worth $ 15 million, but this auction in New York has broken all the expectations.

In this letter, Einstein has expressed his views on the old debate between religion and science. Einstein is considered to be one of the greatest minds of human history and he have often discussed about the existence of God.

Einstein writes in the letter to the German philosopher Eric Gut-kind of the universe, ‘The word God is nothing but human weakness’s expression and creation. The Bible is a compassionate but a combination of Mythology, any commentary, no matter how narrow it is, my thoughts can not change.

https://seahistory.org/sea-history-for-kids/albert-einstein-sailor/

What was  Einsteins religion?  This is the case from this letter. But the matter is not so simple,  Einstein has clearly said on a occasion that he is not a dual minded. Their view is famous that ‘I believe in God of Spinoza, which shows itself in all the items that exist, but i do not believe in God who is concerned about the destiny and actions of man.

Spinoza was the famous philosopher in the 18th century. He believed that God has no human and material existence, but the universe is a manifestation of God’s imagination and expansion and Everything in the universe is part of God and in this sense every item is connected to another item.

Under this concept concept of Spinoza, what ever happening in the world, it is final and straightforward due to being connected with God and being a part of God’s existence and nothing else can happen instead. It is called ideology and as it came down,  Einsteins was also convinced.

Einstein was born in the home of Jewish parents and he passed early education at a Catholic Christian school. He once wrote that his childhood passed in a religious environment, but at 12 years age he become non-religious. Soon after reading the scientific books, this belief reached that most Bible stories can not be accurate.

It was a manifestation of the   Einstein rebellion, and the effect of this was on their lives for a long time, However, after reaching puberty, Einstein started saying this he believe in a God, which there is nothing like him.

When he was 50 years old, he said in an interview: I am not Dual minded , The problem we are facing is very great compared to our limited minds. Our example is the type of child that is entered into a wide range of books in different languages. The child knows that someone must have written these books, but do not know how ?

https://seahistory.org/sea-history-for-kids/albert-einstein-sailor/

Did  Einstein believe in Jewish nationality? Einstein is said to be the second most famous Jew after Jesus (PBUH). He also offered to become President of Israel. Although he was not a citizen of Israel. But they refused to answer this that ‘I have gone beyond all the matters related to life, and not a government-run experience.

During the above mentioned interview, he said: ‘Nationality is a bacterial disease, such as human suffering. In the same interview they also said that I believe in one superpower and I do not believe in man’s sovereignty. The Jews think that man makes himself his own destiny. I reject this theory. I am not a Jew in that context. ‘

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