My reaction to the Holocaust was devastating. It is one example of bad
things happening to good people. The mass murdering of so many Jews is
just disgusting and also because it was done for basically no reason.
As this was a true event many sources or witnesses are available to
express their views, feelings and emotions of themselves and those who
survived this terrible tragedy.

I will demonstrate examples of Jews who have survived what they have
been through and what they think about God. It is really hard to go
through all of this and still believe that God exists. The holocaust
should not change our theology on God. It is said to be that the
Holocaust was a temporary "Eclipse of God".[1] This is supposed to be
when God is away from earth beyond any reason or explanation. People
trying to respond to this problem of believing that there is a God
after witnessing the terrible event have either succeeded or failed. I
will introduce three people who have survived the Holocaust and have
tried responding to this problem. The three people included are Primo
Levi, Richard Rubenstein and Emil Fackenheim.

I think a big impact on the life of Jews would be their belief in God
because many of them have tried responding to this problem and have
changed the ways in which they think about him, their views on how
good or powerful he is, how they express him and why they still
believe in him. I will introduce the problem of evil to the Jews that
have survived the Holocaust and their problems of belief. I will also
say which of the three Jews the most are convincing to me. The
holocaust presents a problem for the Jews and changes their belief in
God because now some Jews think "God is Dead" [2] Their reason to
thinking this is because God is supposed to be omnipotent and almighty
he could not have let something like this to happen. If there was a
God, surely this event would not have taken place. Therefore they
think he...