Friday, May 3, 2013
Recovering from Moral Injury after War: The Role of Religious Communities
Moral injury is the impact of war on moral conscience that comes from witnessing or participating in events that challenge core values, from experiencing survivor guilt and traumatic grief, or from feeling betrayed or deceived by authorities.
(Rita Nakashima Brock, 2013)
Featuring: Rev. Dr. Rita Nakashima Brock and Chaplain (Col.) Herman Keizer, Jr. (ret), founding co-directors of the Soul Repair Center, Brite Divinity School
8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Phillips Theological Seminary
Tabbernee Conference Center
765 N. Mingo Road
A symposium organized to introduce participants to “moral injury” and the role religious communities can play in “soul repair.” The event is open to seminary students, pastors, chaplains, leaders of religious communities, service providers, Veterans and their families and friends.
Why Veterans Need Soul Repair
There is a minimum registration fee of $25.00 ($15.00 for PTS students). Scholarships are available. The registration fee will help to support the cost of lunch and refreshments. For more information, please contact Belva Brown Jordan, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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