EINSTEIN: GOD, RELIGION & SCIENCE

 

PART 24: EINSTEIN: POLITICS AND SCIENCE 

 

In the name of God Master, of the Universe, Ruler of the earth

 

Editors Note: This will be the last Essay on Einstein we will post to the FreedomJournal or on our Web Pages. We have been inspired once more than once to extend this series to a Book. At Part 34: Spiritual Eyes and E=mc² we move to Biblical Perspectives regarding E=mc² (The Theory of Relativity) and our premise regarding the reality of T=ss² (The Theory of Nonconformity). As we liveth we may see these revolutionary theories published however we wait on this side for nothing as we are grateful for the meeting of our needs and not wants on this side. However there is “Peace In The Waiting.”

 

Greetings Brethren,

 

 

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.

 

Our mission is to continue to explore the thinking and thoughts of Einstein. Thus, we hope to obtain a better understanding of his beliefs in the realm of religion. We bear witness that God is the center of Truth, therefore if Einstein was a genius as often noted where was/is God in the equation? As we explore the next ten or more topics we will have reviewed “The Methodology for Obtaining Truth.” We may re-visit this research, however, we will end this discussion with our revelations on the Biblical perspectives on E=mc². Follow us now to another quote by Dr. E.

 

One morning when walking to work with his scientific assistant and fellow arms control advocate Ernst Straus, Einstein mused at their ability to divide their time between the two realms. “But our equations are much more important to me, “Einstein added. “Politics is for the present, while our equations are for eternity.” (Einstein His Life and Universe, Walter Isaacson, P. 508).

 

But politics does have some longevity as systems of government very seldom change. Even when they do, many of the same systems of governing are still in place. However, it is for sure that creative works are everlasting as a poem will never lose its flavor even the Hip-Hip spoken word verse.

 

Political Regime: Scientific Regime

 

Many people wandered throughout the land grappling

with who holds power. Thus politics lasted more than

the next election the next time in office, however, one

could never preach and also be an elected official. Nor

could one be an aspiring independent writer that saw con-

formity as a sin and be a man elected or appointed.

 

Science and the scientific community had great impact

on society. We turned on lights and see power unleashed

that we have never seen before mostly this is just taken

for granted, but the nuclear energy is a contemporary

phenomenon and has not been with us since the days

of Sir Isaac Newton, Benjamin Franklin or Edison.

 

Nor since the times of Michael Faraday, Humphry Davy, Antoine Lavoisier, Hans Oersted, Andre Ampere, Euclid, Robert Hooke, Edmund Halley, John Flamsteed, Aristotle, Plato, Eudoyus, Galileo, Gottfried Leibniz, St. Thomas Aquinas, Antoine Laurent Lavoisier, Ole Roemer, James Clerk Maxwell and Voltaire.

 

But where did the money that allowed the time come?

E for Economics equals P, Political and Public Administration.

P is thus squared into Science as these other factors come first.

However, the thinker is immune from the political and economic

apparatus in his first conception of the arts. But to move forward

these means of mobility must be set in an equation.

 

The scientists looked on and we saw Albert Einstein, Emilie de Chalelet, Ernest Rutherford, James Chadwick, Enrico Fermi, Otto Han and Lisa Meittner, Werner Heisenberg, Ernest Lawrence, Emilio Segre and J. Robert Oppenheimer.

 

Where there is no funding there is limited science. However

the creative artists the scientist thinks on. But there is also

another most important aspect to this scheme of looking

at things in life. The Spiritual Scientist is controlled by the

Creator. He finds no comfort at all in any arena thus described.

Realizing they exist he looks to God for guidance and for Truth.

 

There were also Cecilia Payne, Fred Holye, Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar and Arthur Eddington. They all had a hand in the great explosion.

 

Thus, he is balanced as to who rules whom. He can then look

at the start and finish of humankind and look even beyond.

This allows him a better insight regarding any problems that

need solving for humankind to exist. But he also knows that

this existence as we know it is only temporary and  just a stop

over to an eternal existence.

 

John’s friend told of nightmares all through the night. He awoke soaked and wet. His night tears turned to rain.

He told of black and blue visions around midnight. The wicked rode through the dark night sky. He saw dead men walking. As time passed away and death was eminent. These dead men talked of evil and things not good. Meanwhile, the graves rose up speaking from the ground. As many were laid to rest. Some called to goodness and life and some to pain and death. The clouds hung over the land. A land at war. Blood ran supreme. Blood dripped from the clouds. (Excerpts from “Blood Dripped From The Clouds,” Carl A. Patton, FreedomJournal Press, 2005).

 

                                            These factors are always ever present in his mind. However the

pure scientist thinks of now as we liveth. Thus the equations of life

everlasting are for time that cannot be counted. There was never a

past or future but always a present for the Spirit has Guided us from

yesterday, today and we will rejoice in Peace and Golden Paradise

as Spiritual Scientists.

 

Cont. Part 25: Einstein And Godel: The Existence of Time

 

SLASH AND BURN

 

October 8, 2004 by Carl A. Patton

 

 

Many men know

war and not

the Savior.

 

Sadly many also

say they come

in His name.

 

None come in

His name as

they slash and burn.

 

The sword of

God is the

Word.

 

Hence, the graveyard

is a resting place

and not a final destination.

 

Smoke and fire

ashes piled high

the dead the speechless.

 

Many passed by

to see and

hear no more.

 

Peace and Golden Paradise, Carl A. Patton a willing slave and servant of Almighty God writing for the FreedomJournal Press 24 April 2009 in the year of our Lord and Savior Christ Jesus.

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