John Dominic Crossan, Emeritus Professor of Religious Studies, DePaul University, Chicago, IL.
This book is a powerful impetus to understanding the full spectrum of moral injury and moral rehabilitation.
Karen L. King, Harvard Divinity School
A highly valuable collection for those engaging with religion and trauma studies.
William P. Nash, MD, Director of Psychological Health for the U.S. Marine Corps
This may be the most important, authentic, and enjoyable volume yet written on moral injury. Each deliciously crafted essay explores new territory in the moral injury landscape using passages from ancient and revered writings as guides. The whole powerfully affirms the role of moral living-and its sometimes heartbreaking challenges-in the center of human experience.