Please bear in mind that Einstein has been proved wrong about some things, just like Einstein proved Newton wrong, as we get more knowledgeable and new information and better theories better explain reality. The most famous is EPR Paradox.
However, so far, over a century later, General Relatively has yet be be found to be wrong. But unification with Quantum Mechanics means it probably has something wrong about it, like Newton was wrong at high relative speed and Newton did not explain what is gravity.
Einstein took 5 years and needed a lot of help in geometry, tensors, to get to GR.
So I'd encourage not only giving due credit and learning of GR, but that there is still much more to learn and solve.
So far these are just the things we still have to solve:
- adding gravity to quantum physics
- explanation exactly how energy bends space-time, we have shown it does but not how it does it.
- dark matter, we can observe its effects (rotating galaxies, gravitational lensing) and it does neatly help with the flatness problem of observing Euclidean space, and it perfectly matches the galaxies layout, but we cannot directly observe dark matter, and until we know exactly how energy bends space-time, we still stuck.
- dark energy. While the cosmological constant of the "fudge" Einstein put on to make what he thought was a static universe (he predated Hubble showing expansion) in response to GR forcing expansion or contraction and not allowing static, does neatly fit dark energy, the exact method and what is dark energy is still not known, if we use quantum mechanics it comes up with a wildly wrong number of we calculate the energy of a vacuum.
- so we're still seeking a quantitized theory of gravity, one challenge is that some theories cannot be tested by observation, like string theory.
So if you add that up, we're 97% wrong. But on the bright side, that's still 3% better than the pre-scientific era in only about 400 years following religion losing its grip on suppressing finding truths. I know some scientists who have a hissy fit when I say we're 97% wrong but I think wisdom through humility is better than confidence through gullibility. And... a scientist who disproves Einstein would be more famous than the scientist who is added to a long list of proving Einstein is correct.