Dr. Tina Strobos died earlier this week.
She was 91.
She saved the lives of more than 100 Jews during the Holocaust by allowing them refuge in her Amsterdam home.
She gave them food and medical care.
She cleverly found ways to obtain fake passports for them.
She was arrested nine times. Her house was searched eight times. They never found the refugees.
She risked her life to help other people.
And she was an atheist:
“I never believed in God,” she once said, “but I believed in the sacredness of life.”