Depending on what belief tradition you hail from, your concept of God can be many different things. The most agreed-upon definition of God is as the Divine Creator, the supreme being responsible for all of life as we know it. Some faiths have many gods (spelled with a lowercase “g”), but the Judeo-Christian faiths in particular refer to one capital-“G” God, who is typically represented as male in gender expression. God is usually characterized as the source of all goodness and love, although some traditions emphasize God’s more wrathful aspect. Regardless of temperament, God is generally recognized to be both omnipotent (having unlimited power) and omnipresent (being everywhere at the same time), which means that God’s worshippers can always be heard in their prayers or recognized in their conduct, regardless of where they happen to be. More personally, followers of God typically express that the relationship they share with their Creator is unlike any other relationship in existence, and that their devotion to God is one of the most important aspects of their lives. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.

Spiritual Inspiration from Albert Einstein

Though he was the most famous scientist of his time, Albert Einstein knew we could never fully understand the workings of the world within the limitations of the human mind.

Religion and Science

Everything that the human race has done and thought is concerned with the satisfaction of deeply felt needs and the assuagement of pain. One has to keep this constantly in mind if one wishes to understand spiritual movements and their development.

Albert Einstein: God, Religion & Theology

In his 50s, after 20 years as one of the most famous men alive, Einstein found himself increasingly called upon to explain his personal beliefs. Not surprisingly, he was emboldened to put forth his own theory of religion.

Albert Einstein: The Life of a Brilliant Physicist

Albert Einstein was a German-American physicist and probably the most well-known scientist of the 20th century.

Did Einstein Pray? What the Great Genius Thought About God.

My dear Dr. Einstein, We have brought up the question: 'Do scientists pray?' in our Sunday school class.

Albert Einstein's Surprising Thoughts on the Meaning of Life

Albert Einstein was one of the world’s most brilliant thinkers, influencing scientific thought immeasurably. He was also not shy about sharing his wisdom about other topics, writing essays, articles, letters, giving interviews and speeches.

Albert Einstein on Spirituality, the Strongest Force to Remain True to Your Purpose

Einstein explains a state of religious experience that has nothing to do with dogmas or God, and which belongs to everyone: the “cosmic religious feeling”.


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