No offense intended, but you're reading a book that's still over your head, Kate. You probably should start with Dawkins book, "The Magic of Reality: How We Know What We Know", since you're jumping into a book that presumes a basic level of exposure to science.
Thanks cofty. It’s been a while since I’ve been on the forum and have forgotten that there are people here like that. I got up this morning and saw this from KateWild:
“I am afraid I disagree, Einstein's religious beliefs fuelled his desire to investigate science. He made wonderful discoveries because of his faith. Faith and religion don't stop everyone from making scientific discoveries. I find people stop moving forward in science, because they are more interested in other topics. IMO it's not always about faith and religion.”
I had thought that such lies about Einstein would have been settled by now. KateWild, where do you get such inaccurate information? It sounds like something the WTBTS would manipulate. Please don’t confuse a person who uses the word “God” in a sentence with being religious. People exclaim “Oh God” during sex and that doesn’t make Him part of threesome. C’mon. If you do a search in this forum, you’ll probably find several good explanations for what you claim isn’t true.
You may have missed the recent thread where Kate specifically started a thread on the topic (search for "Einstien"; she misspelled his name in the title of the thread), and despite MANY attempts to explain, she still seemingly doesn't care to understand that Einstein referred to 'Spinoza's God', where Einstein was clearly a deist, and NOT a Xian or believer in the Jewish faith.