Reflections on Dakota

I wrote this BriRant as the prairie wind blasted our travel trailer while we camped one evening on our return from the Great Plains to the Great Northwest Woods during our road trip last Autumn. Our time in the Dakotas affected my spirit deeply. History teaches that I am certainly … More…

One Life

Portrait of C.T. Studd

I had never read the full text of C.T. Studd’s famous poem “One Life.” Nor did I know anything of this great man of God’s exemplary life.

America – In Rebellion Against Her Creator

Painting - Expulsion from Eden

My response to a comment made on another BriRant claiming that America was founded as a Christian nation but has rebelled against God and lost her God-given blessings.

Another Memorable Memorial Day

Cabellas Missing Man Table

Rant pertaining to Memorial Day, and how it has largely been memorable over my career by not having the day off.
Also, a little talk about the missing man.

Bye Bye For Now, Facebook

Facebook logo with a red circle around it and diagonal red bar through it

Why I’m going to be ignoring Facebook for a while, and maybe turning it off for good.

Are Prejudice and Discrimination Inherently Wrong?

Little Rock Arkansas Central High School integration juxtaposed with a two lesbians kissing in wedding dresses.

Exploring the idea that discrimination against certain behaviors in the conduct of business and life is not necessarily immoral even when based upon personal prejudice, and may in fact be a loving Christian’s only valid moral position.

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