Belief in God a ‘product of human weaknesses’

I won’t get into the details of Einstein and whether he believed in God or not. I think he generally respected various religious foundations, and had an intimate knowledge of how the universe worked, unlike the majority of the world. He was one smart cookie, and didn’t want to be labelled as being a believer or an atheist. In fact, he got quite annoyed when people on both sides of the fence tried to make him their own. It is OK to not decide…A new letter written by Einstein has surfaced bringing more light on the mind of a genius…

[From Belief in God a ‘product of human weaknesses’: Einstein letter]

I talked the other day about Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed. Here is cectic.com, and Rudis’ critique.

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I hope to put more content up this weekend.

Cheers!

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