Some people doubted God. Some lost their faith. Others thought that it was a test from God and that they needed to pass it. during the Holocaust itself, it caused confusion for some since they had no idea what day it was and they were not able to know when the religious times were. They had to guess and estimate.
A lot of Jews didn't lose their faith. Even in the worst times in the ghettos and death camps, many kept on fufilling the Torah's commands. It is well-known that they sang a song of Jewish belief even when being marched to their imminent death.
Some saw in the Holocaust the striking fulfillment of Torah-verses (see for example Deuteronomy ch.32).
It violated their right of life,faith,love,their right to have human rights
it made them think wether they had a god and to mate together
Brings them closer to god, increases there faith and gives them new friends :)
peoples lives were affected for a long time after the holocaust including the families of those that had died.
The holocaust affected the world today by eliminating many peoples families. Also, it shows just how hateful the world can be for no reason other than what you look like.
It Changed Peoples lives because there were so many deaths in the holocaust of innocent peole. they were killed for what they belive in.
Hitler didn't just affect the Holocaust, he was the Holocaust.
they were selected by their faith, or the faith of their parents/grandparents.
People of the Jewish faith died in the Holocaust. But the religion did not perish.
Over 6 million Jews and other peoples were killed and I think that would negatively affect anyone. This does not even include all the friends and family of the people killed that were negatively affected by the holocaust.
The Jews were effected by the Holocaust
You could never imagine
She realized God was with her and her family during the Holocaust.
The Holocaust was about "race", not religion. The Nazis were not interested in the Jewish faith and didn't know much about it ...With very few exceptions, Jews do not believe that they were religious martyrs who "died for their faith".Obviously, if one takes a very long term view, one can say that the Jews had been demonized over the centuries because of their religion. However, the Holocaust was not about religion.
The holocaust affected people by not trusting anyone
As this is not in a religious or spiritual category i assume that you do not mean the theories of whether a person of faith dies a better death than that of a person who has no faith. Or whether the Holocaust was the will of God.
The holocaust degraded the jews, so it was a challange to the jewish faith. Either the jew will hold on to thier faith stronger because they want salvation from God. Or a Jew might get angry at God, he blames god for the pain he is in!
The Holocaust had no effect on the outcome of World War 2.
The main affect of the holocaust was Jews being burned alive
Pearl Harbor did not affect, or even have anything to do with the Holocaust.
think about the holocaust, genius
to liberate people of the Jewish faith
the will to live, faith and especially hope
It is really hard to believe in a loving God after something as horrible as the Holocaust.