I read Elie Wiesel's Night several years ago and found it chilling. However, at the time, I didn't fully understand his condemnation of God. Similarly, I didn't appreciate Ivan Karamazov's repudiation of God in The Brothers Karamazov. Now, I firmly believe that it is possible to question the morality of God's actions. I never bought into Leibnitz's argument that this is (or could be) the best of all possible worlds. A God that allows the atrocities of the Holocaust is not worthy of respect, let alone worship.