EINSTEIN: GOD, RELIGION & SCIENCE
PART 23: EINSTEIN: THE GREATEST CHALLENGE TO THE SCIENTIST
In the name of God Master, of the Universe, Ruler of the earth
Editors Note: Beloved there is only one way in and one way out. However the end has two destinations one above and one below. But many deny reality and make believe until they believe that man controls the earth and the universe as the cosmos to them is science fiction and not a part of the Divine Creation. Meanwhile it is written that Jesus Christ will reside at the Last and Final Day as the Judge for all of humankind. Money will not pave the way to Heaven. Heaven’s Door nor Peace and Paradise is opened by rich or poor that conform to the world. What is the world? Impress God and Christ Brethren they hold the keys to life everlasting not someone in the flesh. T=ss˛.
Peace be unto you. To the Church and believing Christians everywhere. To those that believe in the Bible as the supreme authority that governs all of humankind. In this we give thanks to God the Father the Son and the Holy Spirit that leads and guides us the straightway.
With the news in early 1939 that it was, apparently, very possible to bombard and split an atomic nucleus, Einstein faced the question again. In an interview for his sixtieth birthday that March, he was asked whether mankind would find some use for the process. “Our results so far concerning the splitting of the atom do not justify the assumption of a practical utilization of the energies released,” he replies. This time he was cautious, however, and went on to hedge his answer slightly. “There is no physicist with soul so poor who would allow this to affect his interest in this highly important subject.” (“Einstein His Life and Universe,” Walter Isaacson, pp. 469-470).
Over the next four months, his interest would indeed grow rapidly. As the world and the United States began to move toward a live or die attitude regarding world imperialism Einstein as did many other scientists looked to science.
Life, God: Death Man, Destruction
Where do the greatest challenges reside for man?
In the Spiritual world there is a choice of life or
death. In the realm of Social Science there are
also choices that lead back to God regarding life
or death. However in the realm of Science as
inventions take place there can also be a call to
life or death?
Along came John riding high upon a grand wagon full of produce and things good to eat and for survival. The wheels were polished and the driver’s seat was comfortable with a big cushion. (Prose excerpts taken from “The Parable of The Death Wagon, Carl A. Patton, FreedomJournal Press, 2006).
The good Pastor chose to preach and teach the
the Truth of God and in this it was written there
would be life everlasting for the believers. The
Social Scientist leaned on “The Methodology
For Obtaining Truth,” thus he also saw the reality
of God and life over death. Meanwhile some
in the Physical Sciences brought life some also
were challenged by death?
There were many wagons that often crowded the roadways. Some were Black and called hearse wagons. These wagons carried the dead. Although there were two destinations all that rode the hearse were dead.
The greatest explosive for a time was is Nitro-
Glycerin. The Swedish engineer the world
traveler Arthur Nobel had a family history of
blowing up things and as an inventor of sorts he
sought a more refined way to blast rocks for
construction, drilling, building canals and tunnels.
In the hands of this scientist, inventor came dynamite.
Is war a constant force seeking the inevitable ending in fire? Will they always fight for the land? Was war created as a means to peace? (Excerpts taken from “Not War: Hell,” by Carl A. Patton, FreedomJournal Press, 2006).
Also along came the detonator for dynamite the blasting
caps. Dynamite thus revolutionized the construction world.
It also became a useful tool in the destruction of property
and human life in times of conflict called wars, battles
and contests of man against man and death and destruction.
But here came the conscious of Nobel and the establishment
of the Nobel Prize. With a 9 million dollar stake this prize goes
annually to those in the world of literature, peace, physics,
How can there be peace in war? Meanwhile as the final day draws near the land and people still centered in the world clash in blood. However gone are the trees and the smell of mother earth. Where is the Creation and its beauty?
Chemistry, economics and medicine. Did the conscience of
Nobel get in the way of his desire to make contributions to
humankind? He loved the arts and had great dedication to
social causes of peace thus is his legacy and contributions
to humankind. What then is the responsibility of the scientist
and the mis-use or the use of inventions of destruction for
humanitarian means. Can also the invention of methods of
destruction be used also to benefit society?
No one hides behind a tree. But some do hide in holes. Although many come as a lost cause. Sadly the drifting and blowing sands of centuries long gone blinds the sighted and the blind. Martyrs are seen in suicide. What is this mission? Lo, they come in droves. Young and old.
World War II had brought havoc to Europe and the alliance
in the east was seemingly undefeatable. Here in these contemporary
times soldiers gave their life to take another in various suicide missions.
The atom had been split. Also many of the greatest scientists had
fled Nazi Germany as the Germans were on a mission to annihilate
all the Jews and commit genocide on a people as unheard of in any
time in history. They knew of the destruction and power of the forces
that gave life to the Atom (ic) Bomb. What were they to do? Should they sit
by while some great minds still resided in Germany and give up the,
What kind of enemy or foe young girls and boys? Where did the Jews go? Hail to the Christian as they are now promised the land.
The means of mass of destruction to the Third Reich? Man can
never control the end results of things that are invented. Man in
his greed, in his selfish behavior will mis-use anything that exists.
So is the Bible where again we look for answers regarding this dilemma?
What would you have done? What would the Spiritual Scientist have done?
Can you really defeat your enemies with love? There was blood on the
hands of the warrior and the blood never dried on the hands of the
Saints as they always saw Jesus.
Was there a clash between Muslims, Middle East and Europe in the West? Where did Europe and the Muslims go? Was there also a clash between the kings of Europe and the Christians of the east? What did the Prophets, Jesus and the Apostles say? Where was culture when they came to the United States? How did culture and religion come to clash in rebellion? Would Jesus approve of this mess? But the fight carried on. Some called it war, I called it Hell.
Peace and Golden Paradise, Carl A. Patton a willing slave and servant of Almighty God writing for the FreedomJournal Press 22 April 2009 in the year of our Lord and Savior Christ Jesus.