To Comfort The Afflicted
And Afflict The Comfortable

To Comfort The Afflicted And Afflict The Comfortable

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Mark Y. A. Davies

Mark Y.A. Davies is the Wimberly Professor of Social and Ecological Ethics and director of the World House Institute for Social and Ecological Responsibility at Oklahoma City University. Click for more of his essays. OneWorldHouse.net

Latest Articles

The Climate Crisis And Nationalism

Climate change and the ecological and economic damage it inflicts creates a vicious cycle that if left unchecked will spiral humanity into climate chaos,...

The Moral Failure Of Militarizing Space

The recent creation of a Space Force by the United States is further evidence that we humans take violence and militarism with us wherever...

McConnell’s Disqualifying Conflict of Interest

I have been called to jury duty three times in my life, but I have only served on one jury. The first time I...

Impeachment And The Threat Of Violence

BY MARK Y.A. DAVIES Donald Trump and his allies think they can bully the impeachment process to an end by blocking the proceedings as much...

Protecting Universities From Their Presidents

BY MARK Y.A. DAVIES No university that values academic integrity and academic freedom should ever allow its sitting president to serve as a paid director...

More Than Human Survival

BY MARK Y.A. DAVIES I often hear sincere climate justice activists say that since it is likely that life on earth will find a way...

My Generation Deserves To Feel Uncomfortable About Climate Crisis

BY MARK Y.A. DAVIES For all the people of my generation who want to blame Greta Thunberg for creating eco-anxiety in young people, the real...

Oklahoma’s Climate Of Complicity

BY MARK Y.A. DAVIES When it comes to the climate crisis, Oklahoma has one of the highest percentages of people who deny the reality of...

What’s In A Name?

BY MARK Y.A. DAVIES What’s in a name? The word “Christian” has lost almost all of its positive meaning for me. It used to mean something...
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