So far, in three years here, I've impressed exactly zero people.
I look at my coal, when I'm standing in the pile, filling a spackle bucket; and I'm amazed at the concept that it's 300,000,000 years old.
I like the tv shows about the universe and physics, etc. I heard Einstein had a discussion with Neils Bohr where they were talking about how you can't say for sure the moon is still there when you're not looking at it.
Also heard that if you need to proselytize one way or the other, you're not really convinced of your own belief in the first place.
Well I have been here 4 years and you have positively impressed about 6 people more than I have.
Einstein's Theory of Relativity could definitely be tool of the proselytizer. God is in the details of creation. God is in the science of the universe. God is cloaked in the curved spacetime Einstein theorized, observing our linear souls and the moral choices our hearts make. Just as great speed distorts the perception of time and space with a 4th dimension, faith in God adds a challenging dimension to your journey through the good and evil of mankind. Without faith, that dimension is not available to you. http://www.godandscience.org/apologetics/einstein.html
And BTW none of the celestial bodies are in the positions where one observes them. This is a result of relativity and the inadequate speed of light in the vast distances of space
As for proselytizing, criticism of it speaks to a desire to squelch faith. Now, why would anyone want to insult the Creator or choose evil over good?