A new movie by Mel Gibson powerfully deals with the theme of freedom of conscience. At a time when the biggest threat to Western freedoms (conscience, speech, religion), from the rise of the totalitarian radical gay activist movement, seems unstoppably bound to subjugate all opposition, this is a timely movie for our times.
"Times in which florists and bakers are being hauled before civil rights commissions, being fined, losing their businesses; times in which pharmacists in Washington State can lose their licenses for refusing to dispense abortion pills; times in which churches in Massachusetts can run afoul of “public accommodation” laws requiring gender neutral bathrooms—we do indeed have a model in Desmond Doss."
"Before I go any further: “Hacksaw Ridge” is rated R for horrifically brutal battle scenes. It is not suitable for children. But it is an outstanding movie: the characters, the dialogue, the drama, and the cinematography are phenomenal. If you can stomach the scenes of death and destruction, you should go see it.
And here’s the major reason why. I’ve never seen a film that so powerfully underscores the importance of freedom of conscience." Eric Metaxsas Read on-->>
"Hacksaw Ridge" official trailer
Values Under Attack: ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ and Religious Liberty
Steven D. Greydanus | NCRegister.com | November 11, 2016
Available at the online bookstoreDesmond Doss: Conscientious Objector: The Story of an Unlikely Hero
Frances M. Doss | Pacific Press Publishing Association | September 2015