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Benjamin Wiker
 
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Benjamin Wiker
This slide into the ever more unnatural is why we need a new “moral ecology.”
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This study reveals a deep human realization that if we were indeed alone in the universe, without God, indifference and cruelty would be just as natural as kindness.
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While it may be ironic that Berkeley de-platformed Richard Dawkins, it is perfectly predictable.
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Judicial insanity, and larger cultural insanity, is what you get when you define liberty at the expense of sanity.
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The problem with “the sky is falling” rhetoric is that it creates an all-or-nothing drastic scenario.
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“The ecological crisis offers a historic opportunity to develop a common plan of action aimed at orienting the model of global development toward greater respect for creation, and for an integral human development inspired by the values proper to charity in truth.” —Pope Benedict XVI
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“The relationship between individuals or communities and the environment ultimately stems from their relationship with God.” —Pope Benedict XVI
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Let's pray to Mother Teresa during her canonization day, and eight days thereafter, for the conversion and complete healing of the great physicist Stephen Hawking.
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BENJAMIN WIKER
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Benjamin Wiker

Benjamin Wiker is Professor of Political Science, Director of Human Life Studies, and Senior Fellow of the Veritas Center at Franciscan University. His newest book is In Defense of Nature: the Catholic Unity of Environmental, Economic, and Moral Ecology. His website is www.benjaminwiker.com.