EINSTEIN: GOD, RELIGION & SCIENCE
PART 11: CRITIQUE: EINSTEIN THE CONFLICT OF SCIENCE AND RELIGION
In the name of God Master, of the Universe, Ruler of the earth
Editors Note: We bear witness that most of humankind realizes that to get to a far off place there is need of a map. Thus there is a departure and a return. However there was once a man who also knew of the map called the Bible. He planned to go but he would not come back for his destination would be a life for everlasting.
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.
In the next four discussions on Einstein we will seek to critique his positions on the ‘concept of a personal God.” We will also review the over-all “conflict of science and religion,” “Free-will” will also be brought up for review and as we look at these issues we will bring back “Spinoza.” The question of “things determined and pre-destined” will also be an integral part of this discussion. As we go about this critique we will offer Einstein’s argument and then seek the move of the Spirit to see what God will have us to see.
W will now note our first quote from Einstein:
“The main source of the present-day conflicts between the spheres of religion and of science lies in the concept of a personal God. Scientists aim to uncover the immutable laws that govern reality, and in doing so they must reject the notion that divine will, or for that matter human will, plays a role that would violate this cosmic causality.”
God Personal Satan Impersonal (12-19-08)
I dare say but I do say with all certainty
that one cannot see the personal God
without Jesus. But do the proponents of
Judaism, the Torah the Talmud the Old
Testament see free-will and not Jesus?
But back to the scientists. Just what
Are the laws that seek to govern reality?
What reality? Are all things proven then
through the reality of science? Brethren
just what can be proven?
Is nothing plus nothing actually nothing. What is two plus two?
So as the lost often mad scientist puked
at the Creation he thought he had reached
a consensus with the gods of pantheism
as he relied on things he thought he could
see instead of God that he thought was unknown.
Is there anything inherently pagan about pantheism? Do the laws of nature render some to accept the elements as the gods?
Now are the laws of nature mutable and not
immutable? Yes, do they fluctuate and move as
the Spirit will have them to move? However there
are certain realties as to the rise and setting
of the sun.
For example without the Bible can the mad scientists declare the laws that govern the Rainbow?
However nature the great universe, the earth
encompasses so many different variables.
I dare say that any scientist or laboratory has
all the answers. Now let us re-visit reality.
Does reality belie or provide tainted dogma of
disbelief in things spiritual regarding the fusion
of the spiritual and secular worlds? Meanwhile
those in disbelief as to his own personal God
did not feel nor see the divine songs of human,
Life played out that would never violate the,
alleged cosmic causes of the universe. After
all who created the cosmos anyway?
Peace and Golden Paradise, Carl A. Patton a willing slave and servant of Almighty God writing for the FreedomJournal Press 11 March 2009 in the year of our Lord and Savior Christ Jesus.