Einstein's letter to God in the 20 crore auction.


The letter of eminent scientist Albert Einstein written about God and religion sold in auction in the US for $ 28.9 million (about 20 million rupees). Einstein wrote this letter to German philosopher Eric Gottaand on January 3, 1954, a year before his death.

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Auction house Christie said that in this letter, Einstein has fully expressed his views on religion and philosophy which makes it important. Gatinde gave Einstein the book "Chose Life: The Bible Call to Rivalt".

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After reading this book Einstein wrote to him in the letter, "God's Word is nothing but a symbol of man's weakness, but the Bible is a collection of ancient fables. Anything can not change my thoughts."

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In this letter, he also speak about the 17th century philosopher Baruch Spinoza agreeing to some extent. Spinoza was responsible for the beauty of nature, not in any human form but in God who operated the universe, which is formless.

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