I am a deeply religious nonbeliever…. This is a somewhat new kind of religion. —Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein’s genius included a spiritual sense that fits comfortably with science. With quotes that illustrate Einstein’s views, and with a look at how spiritual feelings may be understood and valued by modern science, this book shows a way of being spiritual that does not include belief in the supernatural.
This book examines parallels between some modern views and long-standing systems of belief. It looks at ways of gaining from both the old and the new. But, it also identifies a choice that must be made.
So, if traditional beliefs don’t fit with what you see—if you see yourself as “spiritual, but not religious,” if you attend services, but only partially believe, or if you think you’re not really spiritual at all—take a look. You may find something you can say you do believe.