On Monday, in correspondence with Native American Day in South Dakota, a Rally for Right was held in part to demonstrate support for Dr. Renee Chandler, who was viciously attacked in a virtual world, a nexus of anonymity and cowardice through which hateful rhetoric is affirmed. Although I was unable to attend the rally due to out of state travel, I deeply appreciate the efforts of Dean Papini in organizing this gathering and his leadership in speaking out and taking a stand against this type of violence. I spoke to several colleagues who attended and spoke at the rally, and I appreciate the words offered by those who spoke. I further hope that the Rally for Right is seen as just a first step in a much more difficult and uncomfortable conversation in which all members of the university must engage.
Hasn’t this been a glorious fall? What color! Sunday was particularly nice and the grandchildren wanted to go through McCrory. What’s a doting grandma to do?
And so, the fence goes in.
This is a summary of info about ethanol or ethyl alcohol from Noah, Moses, Abraham, and Solomon to all people of all religions. It is also a special note of love and encouragement for those who profess Christianity to seek God’s Divine Truth. All who have faith in God should strive to pattern His Holiness. How many realize that Christ made and used only non-alcoholic grape juice rather than fermented wine at the Cana Wedding?