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If you were able to ask a room full of people what certain words meant you would find that there were many different understandings about each word you presented For example cup As soon as the word is sounded the imagination finds a definition The cup you thought of might be floral and delicate or white and ornate with a large handle or plain or solid or a modern thing with a small handle Or you might think of a beer mug or a metal cup or something made of pewter There are thousands of different options When one listens to scientists talking about mysteries they quite often use the word God to summarise the unknown Stephen Hawking did this and so did Einstein In fact Einstein once said God does not play dice with the universe Just what exactly did he mean when he used the word God Albert Einstein was born in 1879 of German Jewish parents He was not brought up in the Jewish faith but was instead sent to a nearby Catholic elementary school in Munich and then to the local high school He was described as a rather slow and dreamy student who was bored with non-scientific subjects - not an outstanding prospect for someone who went on to be one of the most brilliant thinkers in recent history At age 11 he went through a religious phase in which he ate no pork and composed songs to God which he sang to himself on the way to scjhool From age 12 on he read popular books on science taught himself algebra geometry and calculus and studied Immanuel Kants anti-theistic anti-God Critique of Pure Reason Concerning this time of life Albert later wrote Through the reading of popular scientific books I soon reached the conviction that much in the stories of the Bible could not
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