EINSTEIN: GOD, RELIGION & SCIENCE
ProVerse is a new Genre of writing created by the FreedomJournal. Here as you have seen we render a fusion of prose and poetry that equals ProVerse. Here we see volumes in a few stanzas. We also reveal that Almighty God rendered this style to us in 2008 as we dallied with it briefly in our past. We bear witness that this unity of prose and poetry is an inspiration. Thus we bear witness to a declared message that has no bounds as God’s wisdom is endless.
PART 1: DID EINSTEIN BELIEVE IN GOD?
Editors Note: Peace and love beloved brethren. As we strive to stay in the Spirit we are moved to more extensively look at that good man Einstein. What good? Was he indeed an enigma as he revealed his feelings and thoughts on religion? What will we see? Look and read closely, there are no great thinkers not seen by God. Many come knowing while many dally with Truth as No one can explain all things, but God.
In the name of God Master, of the Universe, Ruler of the earth
Peace be unto you. To the Church and believing Christians everywhere and those that believe in the Bible as the Supreme authority of God’s Laws. For the record and the sign post many people that confess to be Christians are now during these trying times looking to man, materialism and God knows what as additional authorities on how to get to Heaven. Glory be to God our Father and to His Son our Savior Christ Jesus blessed by the Holy Spirit.
Did Einstein believe in God? If so was this belief the same as those that embrace Christ Jesus and strive to be Christ-like? Also can you reach the highest stages of intellectualism and not be moved, motivated and inspired by God? Can those things happen and you are not aware that these gifts, talents etc. come from God?
Meanwhile, the ungodly entertainer thanked God at the Music Awards and at the Academy Awards ceremony. Although he/she did nothing in the realm of being Christ-like they knew that God was in the midst. However, some just followed custom and tradition.
Now back to that genius. While Einstein ridiculed astrology as superstition he was also confronted with the question of his religious beliefs. Thus he was asked if he was in fact religious. As there was much doubt as to his leaning on God?
“Yes, you can call it that,” Einstein replied calmly. “Try and penetrate with our limited means the secrets of nature and you will find that, behind all the discernible laws and connections there remains something subtle, intangible and inexplicable. Veneration of this force beyond anything that we can comprehend is my religion. To that extent I am, in fact religious.” (“Einstein His Life and Universe,” by Walter Isaacson, Chapter 17 Einstein’s God, pp. 384-385).
In God the Unknown Becomes Known
Brethren many still come called to
be men of letters with great intellectual
reputations and titles, but all the while
Do some great men although not accepted
choose not to denounce the unknown?
Surely nothing that is known is known
So are those things that are not known
seen only by those that believe in God?
Man thus came with a will to determine
things not known that he thought was,
Known. Oh! how some came to discern
the unknown not knowing that there
are many secrets in nature. Gentle were
the subtle things that were hardly noticeable.
Meanwhile, the intangibles were lost as
they were incapable of being touched. They
were also impossible to define or determine.
So was the role of the scientist.
But some knew not that they leaned and
alluded to the Spiritual Scientist who knew and
they did not know. However many things,
They were incapable of being explained
and determined or accounted for.
Something must be out there. But where?
Real thinkers never denied the unknown.
I often would sit in veneration of things
past, present as I looked to the future.
My on-going conversion allowed me to
look before, now and later.
I also respected things that were being
revealed. I can see through Godly eyes
as I unlock and listen to the Spirit. This
was promised by Christ through the Creator.
Peace and Golden Paradise, Carl A. Patton a willing slave and servant of Almighty God writing for the FreedomJournal 17 December 2008 in the year of our Lord and Savior Christ Jesus.