For Christians in high places, theirs was a closeted faith, known only to others like themselves.
As many soldiers do, John struggled to find purpose and meaning after his time in the military.
Joan is a complicating figure for any Christian account of war.
Military officers like George were hit the hardest because their status frequently required participation in sacrificial ceremonies.
Battle hardened souls return from combat to see communities and churches detached from the virtues they learned in war.