Faith is purely subject to how much a person wants to believe. You can tell them your opinion a hundred times over, you can shove their face in the belief and hope it sticks, but in the end, if that person does not want to believe in something, then they won't. Like, Elie Wiesel, I question the existence and purpose of God. What proof is there of him to us other than that of the scriptures and traditions of the Church? Is it fair to say the Church is biased? God has become a faceless figurehead of the religions of both Elie and myself. In this way, I can understand Elie's emotion.