Psychologists, socialists, and theologians have written about the
dramatic changes in American culture during the last half of the
twentieth century. Chaplain Weir lived through those changes, Viet
Nam, Woodstock, Rock & Roll, Montgomery and Dallas. Up close
and personal Weir relates his own inner struggle to create a new
model of Christianity for himself and the Navy men and at last make
peace with his own parents.
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