Elie Wiesel's Religion

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“A God who limits himself to actions that we humans can understand couldn’t possibly be God.” In the book Night it shows how the prisoners of the Holocaust had a hard time understanding Gods actions. Elie Wiesel Religious belief decreases over the time he was at the camp. Before the camp Elie’s religious beliefs were strong. During Elie’s time at the camp his religious beliefs started to shrink. Towards the end Elie’s religious beliefs in god were gone. Elie’s belief in God was very strong before the camp. Elie was very active in his religion. “During the day I studied the Talmud, and night I ran to the synagogue to weep over the destruction of the temple.” Elie religion is very strong here because there aren’t a lot of kids who would sneak
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