Re: Horrors can break faith (Re: This is still the " help from above section " ????? Edouard, You say that you struggle with questions about accepting religious teachings much like your Father based on what he witnessed during WWII but yet give credence to the teachings of Heidegger, who not only embraced Nazism, but was an active participant. Yes people, and I would hope that it would be the case of your Father's experience with Christians, should show sensitivity to what folks like him went thru. But what your father experienced confirms the fact that man in no way can exterminate evil because each of us is evil. We have all sinned and come short of the glory of God.....doesn't matter if by an inch or a light year. And the vain philosophy of self absorbed men such as Heidegger will ever save the souls of his fellow man. As a side note.....how refreshing it would be to find professors on college campuses who would be willing to actually look into the Word of God and engage in respectful intellectual debates as opposed to following the progressive liberal path of shutting down debate and attempting to belittle those who are Christian. Proved by what your Berkley (no surprise) professor said at the very opening of your course..........in other words tell me you're a Christian and as a superior elite thinker, I'll do my best to humiliate you.