Author Archives: Nathan Albright

About Nathan Albright

I'm a person with diverse interests who loves to read. If you want to know something about me, just ask.

Book Review: The Battle Of The Crater

The Battle Of The Crater, by Newt Gingrich & William R. Forstchen I must admit that I have not read anything by Newt Gingrich before, but this book was a pleasantly written book, albeit one that had a complicated view … Continue reading

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West Coast Time

I have written before about my fondness for Michelle Branch’s music [1] and also about the cruel fate of artists whose music is recorded and not released [2], a fate that artists like Badfinger [3] and Chicago [4], among others, … Continue reading

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Argumentative Reflection: Do We Need A State?

Today I just started an online course on political philosophy, which is one of my favorite subjects, and one of the assignments of that course is to write a weekly “argumentative reflection” that deals with a question of controversy in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mr. Lincoln’s T-Mails

Mr. Lincon’s T-Mails: The Untold Story Of How Abraham Lincoln Used The Telegraph To Win The Civil War, by Tom Wheeler I borrowed this book from a friend, and it is interesting how this book mirrors the focus of another … Continue reading

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Book Review: Being Church, Doing Life

Being Church, Doing Life: Creating Gospel Communities Where Life Happens, by Michael Moynagh [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Kregel Book Tours in exchange for an honest book review.] In reading a book like this one, which … Continue reading

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When You Put It That Way

As a person who greatly loves observing other people, one of my motives for doing so is seeing what sort of people are around me. To what extent are there similarities of approaches to life that may provide a bridge … Continue reading

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Children Of The Night

In 1990, when I was a child myself, Richard Marx released the song “Children Of The Night” as the sixth and last single from his unfortunately-titled “Repeat Offender” album [1]. The song was recorded and released to help out a … Continue reading

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A Plain Supper

One of the more intriguing and revealing scenes of Pride & Prejudice is where Elizabeth Bennet eats a family dinner at Netherfield while taking care of her ill sister, and where the husband of a a future sister-in-law of her … Continue reading

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Book Review: Undressed

Undressed: Taking Everything Off And Putting On What Matters Most, by Mark Cornelison [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Bostick Communications in exchange for an honest review.] I must admit that I have not watched The Biggest … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Daring Heart Of David Livingstone

The Daring Heart Of David Livingstone: Exile, African Slavery, And The Publicity Stunt That Saved Millions, by Jay Milbrandt [Note: This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/Thomas Nelson Publishers" in exchange for an honest review.] I must admit … Continue reading

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