This PhD dissertation examines Christianity's 2000 year relationship with returning warriors. Particular attention is given to Biblical examples of war-related posttraumatic stress injuries. The author proposes that Biblical Hebrew has a word for this wound to the soul. He also suggests that both the Old and the New Testament contain the remedy to heal this wound of war.
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About the Author
David Bachelor, PhD, has been to war as a participant, an observer, and as a military chaplain. He has personally experienced and observed in countless others the effects that war has on the soul. He now helps veterans heal from the wounds of war through Warrior Wash Ministry.