The Holocaust is obviously a Jewish tragedy, but it is also a Christian tragedy with Jewish victims. The victims were six million Jews, of which one-and-a-half million were children, but the murderers were all Christians. What does this say about Christianity and its teachings? Not only were six million Jews exterminated, it was how they were degraded and dehumanized before they were exterminated. Where was God? Where was Jesus? If there is a God, what was He thinking?
"It ain't those parts of the Bible that I can't understand that bother me, it's the parts that I do understand." -Mark Twain Frankly, a good majority of the bible indicates to me that god is pretty f*cking scary and not loving or forgiving AT ALL.
God loves it all. Yet it's kinda ridiculous on how there's a "God's favorite universe." I mean, there isn't any proof there is an alternate universe and it never says it in the Bible that God made multiple universes.