Is there any way out of this impasse created by man himself? All of us, and particularly those who are responsible for the attitude of the . and the ., should realise that we may have vanquished an external enemy, but have been incapable of getting rid of the mentality created by the war. It is impossible to achieve peace as long as every single action is taken with a possible future conflict in view. The leading point of view of all political action should therefore be: what can we do to bring about a peaceful coexistence and even loyal cooperation of the nations? The first problem is to do away with mutual fear and distrust. Solemn renunciation of violence (not only with respect to means of mass destruction) is undoubtedly necessary. Such renunciation, however, can be effective only if at the same time a supranational judicial and executive body is set up empowered to decide questions of immediate concern to the security of the nations. Even a declaration of the nations to collaborate loyally in the realisation of such a restricted world government would considerably reduce the imminent danger of war.
Albert Einstein's moral and religious views shocked many scientists who were engaged in studying with him. Albert Einstein did not only believe that science was important, but he also believed in the Protestant faith. He believed there is a God who controls everything, but science was given to help us understand. As quoted by Albert in Science, Philosophy and Religion: a Symposium, a book he wrote in his later years, "Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind." Religion wasn't the only thing that shook scientists about Einstein