Has anyone seen this movie? If so, what are your thoughts?
Here is a review/advertisement:
Very few, when good and evil are brought to full focus for the first time.
It began as a series of video interviews for the upcoming book "Hitler, God and the Bible." The subjects were college students in Southern California who don't have a clue who Adolph Hitler was.
Author, evangelist and television host Ray Comfort found that these young adults also had given little previous thought to the reality of abortion.
Then, in the course of a series of mini-Socratic dialogues, come the incredible "180s."
Comfort asks these men and women hypothetical questions about the Nazi Holocaust - and then asks them to apply their answers to the question of abortion.
The results are simply amazing.
Everyone should watch this DVD - particularly those who consider themselves pro-"choice" or even any pro-lifers who are reluctant to stand up firmly for what they believe.
NOTE: Some of the attitudes expressed in the film are upsetting, particularly where Comfort uncovers willful ignorance regarding the Holocaust. In establishing the persistence of evil and forgetfulness regarding history, however, these portions are both compelling and central to the message of this extremely important documentary.
I thought you meant: Why love trees if you eat vegetables...
love your vegetables. I've seen movies of that sort.
He wept; & ate; & wept...
reminds me of Homer eating his pet lobster
Great memory, right--he dies by accident, too--Homer mourns, but does not share.
Hitler and abortion in the same thread, kick ass, lets throw in guns, homosexuality and guns and we are only one pick away from winning the lottery
Throw in "the merits of socialism" for the win and "why the founders were wrong" for the bonus!
"You said guns twice"
"I know...I like guns"
"Somebody's gotta go back and get a sh!t-load of dimes!"
Isn't it a lovely morning?
What do y'all do for fun around here?
That's what I get for making a comment while on vacation, esp as I will be with my guns all weekend