Vignettes – “Soldiers of Conscience”

 

Soldiers of Conscience Vignettes – each a tool for beginning discussion.  

These are useful as starting places to explore the important points in the film. To kill or not to kill?  Obeying the call of one’s nation?  Or becoming a conscientious objector?  What to do when it is your finger on the trigger and another human being in the rifle site?

Aidan Delgado”The Right Way Out”
A Buddhist conscientious objector finds his way.
Length:  6:33

Major Peter Kilner “War is Necessary”
An officer and West Point professor takes a long hard look at why we go to war and who should pull the trigger.  Length:  4:46

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Camilo Mejia  “Killing Changes You”
Soldiers of Conscience Vignette – a tool for beginning discussion.  The burden of conscience.  What happens after you pull the trigger.
Length:  4:45

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Joshua Casteel “To Love One’s Enemies”
A patriot joins after 9/11 and discovers to his surprise that he is a Christian conscientious objector.
Length:  6 minutes

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Sgt. Jaime Isom  “People Don’t Know What It Is Like”
Soldiers of Conscience Vignette – a tool for beginning discussion.  A sincere war fighter faces the burden of conscience, for answering his nation’s call.     Length:  2:54

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Sgt. Washington  “Kill or be Killed”
Soldiers of Conscience Vignette – a tool for beginning discussion.  What every soldier knows, even if they don’t talk about it.
Length:  2:12

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“The Good Samaritan and the CO”
The moral reasoning behind killing, when one’s nation requires it.
Length: 4:30

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