The Holocaust is an important topic not only in Jewish history, but in the history of humankind. The topic is disturbing, and it is appropriate to feel uncomfortable and upset by the stories, the facts, and especially the images.
In answer to your question, "Can a Reform Jew believe that God gave the Torah at Sinai?" I think that the most honest answer is, "Yes, but..." Let me start with that "but.
Unless you know
what it is to look
at black & white proof
at lambs led to slaughter
at herds of the lost
Pelavin: "It is clear that Don't Ask Don't Tell does not live up to our nation's highest ideals of liberty and freedom, nor does it meet our security needs."
Pelavin: "The Senate should seize this second chance to give Professor Liu the fair consideration that every judicial nominee deserves."
Rabbi Yoffie: "We reject attempts at dividing our nation along religious lines, and, together with the overwhelming majority of America's religious leaders, commit ourselves to standing up to those who wish to ostracize and intimidate our Muslim neighbors."
Saperstein: "As people intimately acquainted with the horrors of ethnic cleansing and genocide, we know the dangers of international silence in the face of ethnic violence."
The Wholly Jewish podcast from ReformJudaism.org explores what we all have in common as we live and balance complex and nuanced identities. It’s these varied identities that, when braided together, make us wholly ourselves – and “Wholly Jewish.”