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Riassunto: About This Book A century ago or so, Albert Einstein, the greatest scientist of his era, shocked the world with ideas in the field of physics that were so radical that not even he was prepared to accept all their consequences. In much the same way, Einstein had adopted a view of God (God as understood by the philosopher Spinoza) that was so abstract and distant from that presented by the Bible that he was repeatedly accused of being an atheist ? a charge that he repeatedly denied, even while reluctantly admitting that most humans require a God who is more personal. In this book the author, a specialist in religion and science, asks if Jesus (whom Einstein greatly admired) can continue to serve as our ?image of the invisible God?, even while admitting that Einstein?s (and Spinoza?s) idea of God is perhaps the most credible. And if not, is there a still more radical view, one that is compatible with Christian tradition?

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