TV-PG | Journeyman Pictures | 33m
Released in November of 2015
SUMMARY: In Louisville, Kentucky, a church holds a service where guns are given away in a raffle. In Charleston, South Carolina, the family of victims of the Charleston mass shooting in 2015 choose to forgive the gunman. In Apopka, Florida, a gun-manufacturer makes rifles with Psalm 144:1 engraved on the gun. Which one looks like Christ to you?
KEY QUOTES: “Are guns necessary? At times and some point. But (guns are) getting too available. And the wrong people are getting their hands on them. We have to draw the line somewhere.”
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