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I believe in Spinoza's God who reveals Himself in the orderly harmony of what exists, not in a God who concerns himself with fates and actions of human beings.

—Albert Einstein
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Some of Einstein's Writings on Science and Religion

Extra white space has been introduced on these pages to make the material easier to read. Einstein's paragraphs have been broken up, but can be identified because on most pages they begin with an enlarged letter.

Childhood

Religious Concepts

  • Einstein cannot believe in prayer but nevertheless has a faith of sorts.

  • If one finds life meaningless, one is almost not fit to live.

  • No purpose in Nature.

  • Einstein denies the existence of an immortal soul.

  • Einstein comments on survival after death, the mystery of consciousness, and the non-existence of the "I."

  • Short comments by Einstein about Jesus.

  • Give up the idea of a personal God in favor of cultivating the Good, the True, and the Beautiful in humanity itself.

  • Short comments expressing some of Einstein's views about God.

  • Einstein's antipathy toward atheists

Science and Religion

Einstein  Wearing a Leather Jacket in His Study

Morals

Beliefs

Miscellaneous

The photograph of Einstein is taken from Bucky and Weakland