The problem with Einstein is not what he knew but what he or anyone else didn't know 60 years ago.
I welcome anyone to explain where the god of outer space, the god of harmony and precision is in the following:
".........actual shooting stars do exist. Yes, there are very real stars -- as in "great balls of nuclear fire a million miles across" -- with a velocity so great that they can actually escape the gravitational pull of their galaxies and roam free throughout the universe. These freewheeling stars are the Hells Angels of the cosmos. sun-size balls of nuclear energy zooming wherever they want at speeds of up to 4,000 kilometers per second, Burning everything they come across.
Then there are those pesky asteroids.
For instance the Pan-STARRS telescope system has found no less than 19 completely unknown asteroids that pose a potential danger to Earth. And these have been buzzing around a mere 7.5 million kilometers away. Universally speaking, that's not on our doorstep -- that's right in our living room.
Science has also found out that black holes can move about at terrible velocities, too! there are hundreds of rogue black holes roaming our galaxy alone.
Galactic Cannibalism is another problem. Basically, smaller galaxies succumb to the gravity of a bigger one and are slowly absorbed into it, thus adding to its mass and making it even larger....... one of the bigger galaxies that's heavily into eating its kin is Andromeda. our closest neighbor that is way bigger than our galaxy. http://www1.ucsc.edu/currents/02-03/0113/debris.html
The Gama Ray Burst is nothing less than a Death Star-style destruct-o-beam, but on a cosmic scale. It's caused by a particularly massive star collapsing into a black hole, which initiates a supernova explosion, which in turn emits twin energy flares in opposite directions. Each of these flares has energy levels that make even the supernovas that birthed them blush. A typical burst releases as much energy in a few seconds as our sun will in its entire 10 billion-year lifetime."
You'll have to forgive me on this next point but I find it insulting to place a man made concept of a loving god at the helm of the good ship 'creation' as if any god would want to create the kind of dangerous things that we now know exists in the known universe.
God is too simple an explanation for what's really out there.