I think that I have read your article clearly, Your article try to proof that there are two version of The General relativity the Einstein version and The modern version.You try to proof that Einstein did not determine the gravity as the space time curvature.

Then you read it wrong. The article only refers to the interpretation of how the term "gravitational field" is defined. Einstein defined it one way and others defined it another way. I know that's what the author means because I'm the author. Anything else is your interpretation. If you claim that I said otherwise then please post the page number and the sentence in which you claim I said it.

first page that you wrote that "Einstein identified the existence of gravity with the inertial motion of

accelerating bodies (i.e. bodies in free-fall) whereas contemporary physicists identify

the existence of gravity with space-time curvature (i.e. tidal forces). The

interpretation of gravity as a curvature in space-time is an interpretation Einstein did

not agree with"

In the fourth page that you wrote Did Einstein actually hold the view that gravity is a

curvature in space-time? At this point let us whet your appetite. No. Einstein

never said nor implied in anyway that gravity is a curvature in space-time. This

apparent disparity is a result of a change of interpretation.

In page 9 that you wrote In the year following the completion and publication of the general theory

of relativity Einstein published the review article The Foundation of the General

Theory of Relativity in 1916 3. The statement

It will be seen from these reflections that in pursuing the general theory

of relativity we shall be led to a theory of gravitation, since we are able to

“produce” a gravitational field merely by changing the system of coordinates.

identifying gravity with non-inertial systems, wholly reflects Einstein’s

interpretation of gravity, the existence of which depends on the observer’s frame

of reference.

and in the conclusion in page 22 that you wrote Einstein did not interpret gravity as a curvature of space-time, rather that

space-time curvature is a manifestation of gravity. This is the difference between

EGR and MGR

But in truth there are many time that Einstein said that gravity is the curvature of space time