(I read somewhere that Einstein was as dumb as the rest of us in every other area of life besides physics. Maybe it’s the nature of genius? They’re not well-rounded.)
Regardless, here’s an excerpt from Mr. Zoomtard:
It is utterly conceivable (which is not equivalent with likely) that a universe might be generated through forces of gravity. But the question of God is not a question that is only meaningful if it turns out that he left some fingerprints behind for us to detect. Hawking and all of new-atheism (and indeed much of contemporary Christianity) misses the point when it thinks the deep question of existence is about how things came to be. Existence itself is the issue.