SOLDIERS’ INWARD BATTLE: A THEOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY OF WAR-BASED MORAL INJURY AND THE ROLE OF THE CHURCH
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Dr. Christine Chaney
moral injury, theological anthropology, church, christian ministry, soul care
Within the interpretive framework of theological anthropology, this paper seeks to address the moral impacts war-based violence can have on the human body, as well as argue how Christian communities and the larger Church are uniquely positioned to faithfully minister to, and with, soldiers who experience moral injury. Along with an introduction to moral injury, scriptural connections, military training effects, church practices, and mutuality in ministry are addressed
Bogle, Emily Ann, "SOLDIERS’ INWARD BATTLE: A THEOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY OF WAR-BASED MORAL INJURY AND THE ROLE OF THE CHURCH" (2022). Honors Projects. 170.
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