Was Einstein an atheist as Richard Dawkins claimed?

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https://youtu.be/lL1VZyHK4Kc Chapter number one of Richard Dawkins is titled “As a deeply religious non-believer”. It is primarily about Albert Einstein, whether Albert Einstein believed in a God or not. Richard Dawkins in this chapter argues like this: While Albert Einstein has spoken the word “God” and he has used those theistic words, he was not a theist at all. Albert Einstein was a pantheist and pantheism as for Richard Dawkins is sexed up atheism. So if Albert Einstein was a pantheist and pantheism is sexed up atheism, Albert Einstein in turn was an atheist. So this is how the argument goes. In fact he goes on to say the metaphorical or pantheistic God of the physicist is light years away from the God of the bible and it will be…
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Do absolute moral values prove God’s existence?

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The Moral Argument https://youtu.be/OxiAikEk2vU Can you be good without God? Let's find out. Absolutely astounding! There you have it; undeniable proof that you can be good without believing in God. But wait; the question isn't can you be good without believing in God. The question is, can you be good without God?  See, here's the problem. If there is no God, what basis remains for objective good or bad, right or wrong? If God does not exist, objective moral values do not exist, and here's why. Without some objective reference point, we have no way of saying that something is really up or down. God's nature provides an objective reference point for moral values. It's the standard against which all actions and decisions are measured. But if there's no God,…
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I don’t have enough faith to be an atheist

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https://youtu.be/x1p01ENdglM I would be an atheist too if I had that much faith. It takes a lot of faith to believe all the order around us evolved from some gaseous belts in the universe 6 billion years ago. You know order never comes from chaos unless somebody puts it together. All the order in the universe. You know if I took my watch apart, my Timex Indiglo, I love my watch, I was up all night looking at that watch and every 15 minutes I was checking it last night. But what if I took it off my arm and took it totally apart and stuck the pieces in a sack and then I shook the sack for six billion years. What if after 6 billion years, what would be…
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Is religion a psychological crutch?

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https://youtu.be/fQpNvSjoTE4 Andy, is Christianity a psychological crutch?  You know I hear that question, that objection, Alan, from atheists quite frequently and I guess it runs like this: you know religion is merely a comfort blanket, a psychological crutch for people are just too weak to deal with the difficulties of life and and thus Christians believe in God, not because it's true but because it's comforting, it's soothing to believe there's a beneficent being up there in the sky, that there's life after death and and so on. It's a very kind of sneering way of dismissing religious belief without even looking at it.  The problem of course for atheism is you can take the psychological crutch argument and you can spin it 180 degrees. After all, if there is…
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Does science prove everything?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vxJQe_FefxY Consider the statement "We should only believe what can be scientifically proven." Can that statement be scientifically proven? Well obviously not, and thus the scientific naturalist's position refutes itself, and so it cannot be true.  Do you deny that science cannot account for everything? Yes, I do deny that science can account for everything. So what can't it account for? Well, had you brought that up in the debate I had a number of examples that I was going to give. I think there are a good number of things that cannot be scientifically proven but that we're all rational to accept; Let me list five.  Logical and mathematical truths cannot be proven by science; science presupposes logic and math, so that to try to prove them by science…
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World’s Most Famous Atheist Accepts Existence of God because of Science

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Why Antony Flew changed his mind about being an atheist. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJoOhbf3_Ts Many scientists and atheists believe science proves there is no God. Those who believe in God's existence say he created the universe and life itself. This battle between two worldviews has raged in the fields of our classrooms across the country, between creationists and Darwinians for decades. Now with a re-election of US President George W Bush and what is believed by many to be a new mandate for moral reform, the battle over creationism and evolution is once again resurfacing on both sides. As we see in this report, the only difference in the battle between today and years past is that some scientists and the foremost atheist in the world now believe science is providing evidence for…
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Will science disprove God?

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Do Christian worship a God of the gaps? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXey0X0CxjU Once upon a time, when people couldn’t explain why things happen, they figured one of the gods did it. What about today? Do people point to things that science cannot yet explain as evidence for God? Yes, according to atheist Richard Dawkins. “Christians eagerly seek a gap in present day knowledge or understanding. If an apparent gap is found, it is assumed that God by default must fill it. Gaps shrink as science advances, and God is threatened with eventually having nothing to do and nowhere to hide.” Is this accurate? Do Christians worship a “God of the gaps?”  Well, contrary to urban legend, Christianity does not oppose science. On the contrary, nearly every one of the pioneers of modern science…
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6 Proofs for God’s Existence

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-iuGn9jSPmQ Socrates once stated that, "We should follow the argument wherever it leads." When we look at the most profound question of life "Does God exist?" we should certainly follow his advice. When we do, we'll find evidences that show us God is real. Let's look at six proofs that show God exists.  Number one: The universe must have a cause. The most fundamental law of science is the Law of Cause and Effect and it says that "For every material effect we see, there is a cause that came before it, or was simultaneous to it, and that is greater than it." The universe is a material effect, so what caused the universe? If you don't believe in a Creator, then you have to suggest something like a singularity.…
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