Wednesday, November 09, 2016

Hacksaw Ridge: A movie review #hacksawridge #teamJesus

If you consider violence and sex have no part in a #teamJesus move, Hacksaw Ridge is not for you.

The R-Rated movie shows what combatants on Okinawa faced during a three-week period in which Desmond Doss, as a conscientious objector, saved life after life on “a jagged escarpment 400 feet high”

While it's not for the faint of heart or the young, this movie paints an accurate, historical picture of what America and her allies faced in May, 1945.  

*  If the loss of life had been lower, America may have decided against using atomic weapons against Japan.

*  Can a Christian serve in the military without taking up arms?

*  What does war do to a person's faith?

Clearly, the movie is about one man's faith call him to "put a little" of the world back together while the World is determined to conduct a war.

What can one person of faith do?  How about saving scores of troops, a number of them enemy warriors, with only the power of God to go.

Hacksaw Ridge is an amazing yet violent film.  Viewer discretion advised.

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