Einstein read Spinoza (and presumably a few other philosophers) if nothing else, that actually makes him fairly qualified to discuss the nature of God and the creation of the world.
It's entirely possible that Einstein had a Spinoza-like or Deist view of God in his earlier years and then turned to some kind of strong atheism after World War II when those letters were written.
the remarkably consistent relationship between mathematics and physics
.... why is this either remarkable or mysterious?
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