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Blake Boatright

Associate Graduate Coordinator
Church History and Doctrine, Religious Education

210J JSB
Provo, UT 84602

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

Blake Boatright