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Warriors of Honor - DVD
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A documentary on the Christian faith of Generals Jackson and Lee . . . as well as the battles they were involved in.
2004 Crown Award Winner for Best Documentary (Gold)
"Finally, A documentary that is willing to speak plainly about the Christian faith of Jackson and Lee. It is a beautiful and accurate account of two great Southern leaders and of a war that forever changed our country." - Steve Wilkins, Author, Historian
The Revolutionary War united America. Less than one hundred years later a bloody Civil War divided it. Most Americans believe that Southerners fought to preserve slavery; however a much deeper divide existed between the North and South. Two drastically different cultures had emerged on the American landscape.
Black and White film
Bonus Segments:Slavery - 9 minutes
Sam Davis - 5 minutes
The Palmyra Incident - 7 minutes
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Warriors of Honor - DVD – Jimmie L, 09/21/2012
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Warriors of Honor - DVD – Laura Ellen T, 07/31/2009
America bred heroes in the 19th century, the like of which we've seldom seen in the 20th or 21st centuries. Both Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee were heroes in the truest sense of the word, men of deep faith and devotion to prayer, willing to lay down their lives for their high ideals. Superb military tacticians, loyal and resolute in duty, steadfast and courageous to the end, they were men of the highest integrity, praised and emulated by their men and even spoken of with awe and respect by their enemies. Warriors of Honor is the perfect title for this documentary. Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson were men worthy of our deepest respect and highest honor. Let us never forget their devotion to God. Let us never forget their humility and courage and brilliance. Warriors of honor, may your souls rest in peace and rise in glory!
Warriors of Honor - DVD
ChristianCinema.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
John E: Looks like it will give more information on the true cause of the Civil War. Sep 20, 2016
Monty A: Wanted more stories heroes in history. Nov 27, 2015
Linda B: Our family very interested in our country's heroes of the faith. Oct 5, 2012
Ed R: One of the best documentaries I have seen - very moving, bringing out clearly the Christian character of these two great leaders of the American South. How we need such leaders in the church and nations today! Nov 24, 2011
Tommy M: From my close association with the families of these great men, I have come to believe that this is a very accurate presentation of their faiths and philosiphies. I am not a "Confederate". I am a student of "all" history. Aug 5, 2011
Paige L: This movie was a strength to me.
To see such godly men in the past encouraged me to live better today! Nov 13, 2010
A shopper asked: How can a so-called 'christian' organization profit from NeoConfederate propaganda?
This film not only perpetuates the lie that Lee and Jackson were good christians, but egregiously omits the strong christian faith of the Union. Jul 20, 2011
Russell G: This is a very complicated answer. It is easy to look at the past and judge a culture that you do not understand. Culture, especially Christian culture, is constantly improving. No one can explain why God didn't send Moses off the mountain with a mandate against slavery, but he didn't. We look back in retrospect, and something that is so obviously evil to us, wasn't to them. God is redeeming the world, it belongs to him, and along the way Christians make mistakes. We all know misguided Christians who have racist tendencies. It doesn't mean they are not Christians, just Christians who still sin and need the grace of God in every area of life.
To make the leap and call the movie "neoconfederate" is a non sequitur. Aug 6, 2011
Tommy M: Profit is an amazing description. What profit means to me is, learning from the past examples of our heritage. I profitted nicely from my purchase of Warriors of Honor. If Christian Cinema profits from my exposure to this fine historical video, then I'm happy for them. I would hope that you could profit from understanding that all people don't drink at the same well. It is the diversity of our country that makes us what we are. Hope the best for you in your future lessons of history. By the way I want another copy of Warriors of Honor. Aug 5, 2011
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