Thank you for comment
Einstein, despite his being a marvelous scientist, was not an irreligious person, at least when he uttered his religiously tinted rejection of Heisenberg’s unpredictability Quantum theory; ‘God does not play dice with cosmos’, which indicates clearly his advocay of logical positivism. However, it seems, as the translation indicates, that his view of God is similar to some New-Age views or to Jung’s collective unconsciousness (as opposed to the individual consciousness held by the atheist Freud), for which physicists like Bohr and philosopher like Weber have produced scientific and philosophical underpinning.
I also wish to add that most of the articles dealing with religion in this website do so by trying to expose its inconsistency or unscientific nature. I think this a flawed approach to religion and adds nothing to creating a fruitful dialogue between the religious and the agonists or atheists. This is because the religious themselves could always find the same inconsistency and incoherence with secular theories. Any how, if we