Albert Einstein: Time, Space and the Jewish People

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Albert Einstein, 1947 (Source: Wikipedia Commons)
Albert Einstein, 1947 (Source: Wikipedia Commons)

A presentation on Albert Einstein (1879-1955), one of the best-known Jews of the twentieth century.  Although he had a complicated relationship with Judaism, he maintained a distinct pride in his Jewish identity, and once said “A Jew who abandons his Judaism is like a snail that abandons its shell.  It’s still a snail.”  The lecture was delivered at the Young Israel of Bal Harbour  on May 22, 2013.

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