Michael Anderson

Michael Anderson is a serving US Army infantry officer with four deployments to the Middle East, East Africa, and Central Africa. He is currently assigned to the National Capital Region. He holds a BA from the University of Central Florida in history and political science – international relations, and an MA from Norwich University in military history. His previous publications include various military and history journals, including Military Review, Journal of the West, and the Journal of Strategic Studies, and the Combat Studies Institute’s Staff Ride Handbook for Dade’s Battle, Florida, 28 December 1835: A Study of Leadership in Irregular Conflict.

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King Saul and the Evil Spirit: Personality Change and Combat Trauma
King Saul and the Evil Spirit: Personality Change and Combat Trauma

Studying King Saul’s combat experiences can help us understand his personality change and violence toward David.

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