There is no historical proof that Albert Einstein wrote a book titled "God vs. Science" in 1921. The "God vs. Science" argument originated in an email chain and has never been definitively linked to Einstein.Continue Reading
Albert Einstein was a German theoretical physicist most known for his general theory of relativity and his mass-energy equivalence formula. His religious beliefs were not that of a personal God, but he followed Spinozism, which sees God as a singular self-existing substance.
In 1940, Albert Einstein penned an essay titled "Science and Religion," but there is no evidence to suggest the "God vs. Science" argument was his work.Learn more about Inventions