Einstein and religion


book 1016 cover Einstein and religionIn his autobiography, Einstein wrote that “the essential inthe being of a man of my type lies precisely in  what hethinks and  how he thinks, not in what he does or suffers.” Had we strictly complied with this statement, we wouldhave had to restrict our discussion on Einstein’s thoughtabout religion and the arguments on which he based hisreligious belief. But because a religious credo is usually conditioned, partially at least, by the milieu in which one growsup, by the education one receives, and by the literature onehas read, we shall begin with an account of these factorsinsofar as they are relevant to Einstein’s religious outlook

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