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'Faith In Elie Wiesel's Night'

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Elie had faith in God before he came to the camp, however his faith in God would change after his experience in the concentration camp. As a teenager growing up in the ghetto, his parents taught him that having faith in God was important and that no matter what happen in their lives, God will always be there to protect them from the evil that would manifest later on in life. For instance, when everyone made it back from the barber Elie and the others “were shouting thank God you are still alive” (Night pg. 35). As a result of this, Elie felt that he still had faith in God because those who were not sent to the fire was still alive. Because of this first time experience in the camp, this showed us that Elie believed that God was there protecting
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