A documentary produced by a member of the Walt Disney dynasty asks American Christian gun owners to surrender their firearms in exchange for “Armor of Light.”
Abigail Disney, the grandniece to Walt Disney, not-so-subtly promotes gun control and disarmament of the American populace in her directorial debut “The Armor of Light.”
The film follows the transformation of Reverend Rob Schenck, a pro-life pastor who begins “questioning whether being pro-gun is consistent with being pro-life,” according to the film’s description.
“Reverend Schenck is shocked and perplexed by the reactions of his long-time friends and colleagues who warn him away from this complex, politically explosive issue.”
In addition to the Bill of Rights, many law-abiding Christian gun owners argue biblical scripture defends the right to bear arms, frequently citing Luke 22:36, which states in part “he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one.”
One man of faith who likely disagrees with the film’s premise is Charl van Wyk, who is credited with stopping the 1993 St. James Church massacre in South Africa.
Van Wyk sat in a congregation of over 1,000 when a group of terrorists entered the church and began firing automatic rifles, killing 11 and wounding 58.
Van Wyk used a snubnosed .38 revolver to shoot one of the terrorists, sending them fleeing. The terrorists’ had intended to kill everyone in the church, but they did not anticipate an armed parishioner.
Earlier this year, Van Wyk spoke with Infowars about how he stopped the massacre, and about why he feels God called on him to be armed that day: