Is Spinoza's God more plausable than the Christian God?
For those that are not taught about Spinoza in Sunday School (and that Einstein believed it), read this...
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Yes, Spinoza's god is merely another name for universe or nature. Einstein said he believed in this god. He was an atheist. It's just another definition of god, only this one makes sense. There is no personal christian god. Please.
- 4 years ago
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
Yes. Of course.
Isn't everything more plausible than that?
Spinoza had a theory of the nature of g-d, but xtians just have inserted a human being into the 'g-d space", without a cultural or philosophical understanding of that man or regard for his knowledge, background and lifestyle- which relieves them of personal responsibility by implying it is up to g-d to obtain their forgiveness, and they need not amend their own wrongs.
- chris mLv 51 decade ago
The answer is no. It's one of Spinoza's weakest examples of reasoning on record. The confusion of names is appallingly imprecise for an otherwise impressive philosopher and leads far too many people up the garden path.
Remember, Spinoza wouldn't have called it 'God' if he'd lived in a period that was without persecution of heretics and atheists.
If Einstein believed it, that in itself is no particular recommendation either. It's an imprecise concept dressed up in the disguise of a non-existent entity.
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- auntb93Lv 71 decade ago
Yes, most definitely. That's why I have taken to using the term Mother Nature, as a deity we can all understand. But I have to separate myself from the modern use of the term witch, as I do not do spells, I do contemplation and meditation. I do not believe that spells, charms and curses are anything more than psychological. They can be very powerful because the human mind can be very powerful.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Spinoza's God and the Christian God are one and the same.Source(s): From your link: "Spinoza argued that God and Nature were two names for the same reality." And this quote from Einstein: "My religion consists of a humble admiration of the illimitable superior spirit who reveals himself in the slight details we are able to perceive with our frail and feeble mind."
- carlLv 41 decade ago
No the god of Aristotle is more plausible (the immovable mover) But that's only a philosophical Supreme Being.
The Christian God is incarnate in Jesus.
- 1 decade ago
Sorry but the Invisible Pink Unicorn is more plausible than both.
- BatfishLv 41 decade ago
I think the most plausible god is none.