What did Albert Einstein believe?
Much like any other human being, Albert Einstein believed many things about many subjects. If you wish to enquire into his beliefs, you should ask something more specific.
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Albert Einstein was born in Ulm, Warttemberg, Germany on March14th, 1879. Six weeks later he and his family moved to Munich. Hestudied and worked in Switzerland. He returned t…o Germany, butlater fled Germany and moved to the US. He died in Princeton, NewJersey.
Albert Einstein is on record as saying that he ceased to believe in God when he was twelve.
He was born Jewish and raised Jewish. He believed in God, but he wasn't necessarily Jewish.
it did go along with Christianity
I understand that he did not believe in God/Jesus even thought he was Jewish. I do not recall reading anything about is beliefs on evolution. Does someone have the answer to t…his question? Thanks
Einstein was essentially a Deist. He believed in a supreme intelligence of design behind the Universe, and on a question of subatomic physics, he once responded that "God does… not play dice with the universe" (though he was later proven wrong in that regard). On the "personal God" level, however, he was a nonbeliever.
Dr. Reynolds asked Einstein if he believed in ghosts. Einstein confessed he had never seen one, and added, "When twelve other persons have witnessed the same phenomenon at the… same time, then I might believe." From: Charlie Chaplin, My Autobiography , Simon and Schuster: New York, NY (1964), page 321:
he was considered slightly autistic
Einstein initially believe in a steady state view of the universe and later supported cosmologies based on oscillation. He found the Big Bang theory to be philosophically unsa…tisfying.
hes in heaven
No, Albert Einstein was a professed atheist until the day he died.
Yes, he had a belief in a god.
No. He believed in one god similar to the concept of god in Deism,where that god created the universe to operate according to certainfully deterministic rules that humans woul…d be able to determine byexperiment and logic, then that god stepped out of the universenever to interact with it or the creatures within it again.
Einstein used many labels to describe his religious views,including "agnostic", "religious nonbeliever" and a "pantheist".None of these even suggest he believed in anything th…at could becalled "Heaven", let alone any possibility to going there. HoweverEinstein was clearly never an "atheist", he just admitted he didnot (and probably could not) know what god might or might not belike, or how this god might respond to our actions (if that godeven has an interest in our actions)..