The story of the Good Samaritan raises the question of when violence is justified.
Maj. Pete Kilner argues that in some cases, killing is the only morally right choice.
An army officer who has served in Iraq explains his moral dilemma with conscientious objectors.
Two Iraq War veterans share opposing views on the right to become a conscientious objector.
An Iraq War veteran struggles with whether one can kill without giving in to hatred.
A veteran of the Iraq war recalls his own experiences killing in a combat zone.
Ryan and Weimberg talk about the post-WWII study that inspired them to make Soldiers of Conscience.
When is it right to kill? In the midst of war, is it right to refuse? Eight U.S. soldiers today, some who killed and some who said no, reveal their inner moral dilemmas in Soldiers of Conscience.