This man was clearly a genius, and the most outstanding twentieth-century scientist in the field of natural sciences. We need only mention his theory of general relativity. That’s why his opinion is worth more that the opinion of a hundred million plebeians. Einstein didn’t believe in an immortal soul or a God who ‘rewards and punishes’; for him, God was the product of human weakness, and the Bible was a collection of primitive and naïve legends, however well-respected. He also admired Spinoza’s ‘pantheistic’ God.