Albert Einstein – Does Evil Exist?

A university professor challenged his students with this question. “Did God create everything that exists? A student bravely replied, “Yes, He did!” “God created everything?” the professor asked. “Yes, sir,” the student replied.

The professor answered, “If God created everything, then God created evil, since evil exists. And according to the principal that our works Define who we are, then God is evil.

To know whatAlbert Einstein did watch the video.

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6 thoughts on “Albert Einstein – Does Evil Exist?

  1. mashallah, if it was one of us or one of our kids, the answer will be yes teacher you are definitely right 🙂

    we dont have such a way of thinking or arguing with what we think that is right. we will either keep silent or nodding with the teacher approving what he is saying

    what a pity 😦

    thanks MB for this video which really made me think of our potentials in arguing and convincing others with our point of view.

  2. Saleh this is the first time i knew that he was Jewish.. i know that he had speech difficulties in his childhood and he didnt speek until the age of 3.But really its amazing ..the way he is thinking at that time in his age and how he convinced the teacher with evidences.

  3. yah he is Jewish and definitely he is smart..

    I hop as Wadha mentioned, we have some smart children to act and think like this… and not being a slave to some teachers who really doesn’t know even what they are saying..

  4. “Albert Einstein was born into a Jewish family and had a lifelong respect for his Jewish heritage. Around the time Einstein was eleven years old he went through an intense religious phase, during which time he followed Jewish religious precepts in detail, including abstaining from eating pork.”

    It is known that the Jewish people are one of the smartest nations. All over the history they are known for their IQ. Now id they use it for good or evil ! that’s a different matter.

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