Memorial Day (& the Day After)

Every year on Memorial Day, Americans fire up the grill to kick off the summer season with friends, family, and…

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“Mapping the Moral Landscape: Discovering Resources for Recovery” Plenary

Brigadier General Stephen Xenakis is a retired Army medical corps officer with 28 years of active service. He is an…

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“Exploring the Moral Landscape: Military, Theological, and Academic Intersections” Plenary

Dr. Warren Kinghorn is Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Pastoral and Moral Theology at Duke Divinity School and Duke University Medical…

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Ch. Bill Cantrell, “Caring for Veterans After War”

The Reverend Bill Cantrell is Chief Chaplain for VA Mental Health and Chaplaincy in the Mid-Atlantic Mental Illness Research, Education,…

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Dr. Warren Smith, “Redemption & PTSD”

Dr. J. Warren Smith, Associate Professor of Historical Theology at Duke Divinity School, is interested in the history of theology…

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Dr. Bill Portier, “Healing Heartfelt Grief Through Liturgy”

In City of God (XIX.7), St. Augustine’s name for a soldier’s natural response to participating in war is “heartfelt grief”…

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Logan Isaac, “Writing, Reflection, & Narrative”

Logan Isaac is the founder and former co-president of Milites Christi & a founding member of Centurion’s Guild who holds two…

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LTC Pete Kilner, “A Moral Justification For Killing Enemy Combatants In War”

Lieutenant Colonel Peter Kilner is an Army officer and Academy Professor at West Point, where he serves as Director of…

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Ch. Herman Keizer, “Truth Commission on Conscience in War & Soul Repair”

Chaplain Colonel Herman Keizer, Jr., United States Army (Ret), is an ordained minister in the Christian Reformed Church and served as…

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Brandon Hudson, “Sound Barrier (War in Your Area)”

Brandon Hudson, AKA Namuh Stay, asks ‘What is the cost of war to those we ask to fight? Are we…

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