Author Archives: nathanalbright

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

Witnesses Against Ourselves

One of the notable aspects of the Bible’s system of justice is that it is based on witnesses, at least two witnesses, it should be noted. In stark contrast to many justice systems around the world, rumor an hearsay (“evil … Continue reading

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Album Review: At The Movies

At The Movies, by Kenny Loggins While I was watching a video on YouTube I heard about a new album by Kenny Loggins that had been released on vinyl, and although I do not have a record player at this … Continue reading

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Album Review: Playlist: The Best Of Edwin McCain

Playlist: The Best Of Edwin McCain, by Edwin McCain Seeing as we have just reviewed a five-song EP by Edwin McCain, how much more impressive is it to review a best-of compilation that has four times as many songs on … Continue reading

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The Insufferable Chumminess Of Insiders

The Feast of Tabernacles of 1994 was my worst feast ever. I spent half of the feast in my hotel room puking into a basin and unable to keep any food down, which will sour my mood anytime. When I … Continue reading

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One Less Day From Dying Young

For some people aging is a gradual process that comes on slowly where declining strength and energy are matched for a long period of time by growing savvy and wisdom. For other people the process is more akin to being … Continue reading

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Album Review: Rhino Hi-Five: Edwin McCain (EP)

Rhino Hi-Five: Edwin McCain Previously in the Rhino Hi-Five series we explored the disappointing singer-songwriter Andrew Gold and found his lyricism wanting [1]. Here we turn our attention to a vastly better singer-songwriter in South Carolina eponymous rock band Edwin … Continue reading

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So Often, We See What We Are

One of my more esoteric interests is the decipherment of ancient and unknown scripts. As someone who has spent an excessive amount of my own life writing, giving a voice to an intellectual and emotional and spiritual life that is … Continue reading

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Album Review: This Is Where I Came In

This Is Where I Came In, by the Bee Gees I have been gradually making my way through the Bee Gees discography one album at a time to see if they manage not only to have five 4/5 albums in … Continue reading

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Witness

One of the stranger aspects of witness in the Bible is that the task tends to go two ways. It is by no means surprising to those of us who grew up in legal systems that have been influenced by … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Essential Andrew Murray Collection

The Essential Andrew Murray Collection, by Andrew Murray [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Bethany House Publishing in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.] In terms of its contents, this book … Continue reading

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