Dr. Boatright received his DMin at Erskine Theological Seminary and certificate (religious studies and education) at Harvard, Cambridge, Massachusetts. He served as a military chaplain for twenty-four years (ten years in the infantry as an officer before commissioning as a chaplain). He has experience and academic interests in suicide awareness and world religions and area/security analysis.
Courses Taught: Ethics, Professional Roles and Standards of the Chaplaincy, World Religions & Security Analysis, World Religions & Area Analysis, Pastoral Counseling and Chaplain Care Ministry, Homiletics, Armed Forces Chaplaincy History, and Doctrine and Covenants.
Areas of Expertise: Suicide Awareness, Armed Forces Chaplaincy. Chaplain (COL) (ret.)
Areas of Academic Interest: Chaplaincy, healthcare chaplaincy, PTSD/remediation through equine therapy, suicide awareness, gentleness as it relates to pastoral counseling, world religions and security analysis
Languages: Fluent in Danish, familiar with French, German, Spanish, Swedish, Norwegian, Flemish, Dutch