Insanely Brave Christian And Sabbath Keeper WWII Hero Saves 75 Lives On the Battlefield Without Ever Firing A Shot

Desmond Doss, a Seventh-day Adventist, was able to find success and exhibit heroism on the battlefield as a military medic while simultaneously refusing to carry a weapon...
Desmond Doss, a Seventh-day Adventist, was able to find success and exhibit heroism on the battlefield as a military medic while simultaneously refusing to carry a weapon or kill anyone — personal pledges predicated upon his religious convictions. After enlisting in 1942, Doss felt working as a medic would allow him to live out his principles, specifically the Sixth Commandment banning killing others and the Fourth Commandment imploring him to honor the Sabbath; he saw healing people on that day as permissible, believing that “Christ healed on the Sabbath,” as The New York Times wrote in his obituary. Read more at Faithwire.com On Hollywood...