Author Archives: nathanalbright

About nathanalbright

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

Making Movies

The third studio album from Dire Straits [1] was called Making Movies.  The album itself was moderately popular, peaking in the top 20 of the US album charts (it did better in the UK as well as Europe) and ending … Continue reading

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Book Review: Follow Me

Book Review:  Follow Me:  Christ’s Call, Our Response, by John MacArthur This book was notable to me as a reader for two reasons.  For one, this short book of only about 100 pages appears to owe a lot of its … Continue reading

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Book Review: Welcome To The Family

Welcome To The Family:  What To Expect Now That You’re A Christian, by John MacArthur When I read the subtitle to this book, I had a sense of mild and somewhat sardonic amusement, as if the author was choosing to … Continue reading

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Be Thou My Vision

Yesterday, somehow I managed to have two documents sent or given to me that asked for comments and that related to the theme of prophetic vision.  When that sort of confluence happens I feel somewhat obligated to discuss the matter, … Continue reading

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Movie Review: The Way, The Truth, & The Life

On the Last Day of Unleavened Bread I heard about this movie from one of my friends at church, and ended up being able to borrow the movie from the family who had it.  In watching the movie, I was … Continue reading

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Book Review: Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Advanced Player’s Guide

Pathfinder Roleplaying Game:  Advanced Player’s Guide, by Jason Bulmahn As a friend of mine [1] recently informed us that he wanted us to start a Pathfinder roleplaying campaign fairly soon and run it fairly often, I figured I needed to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Advanced Class Guide

Pathfinder Roleplaying Game:  Advanced Class Guide, by Jason Bulmahn One of my friends at church [1] commented recently that he wanted to start a Pathfinder for our RPG group and so, being the sort of person who likes to be … Continue reading

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The Gathering Of The Chickens: Part Two

About a decade ago or so, I read a fantastic book about the cycles of history called War And Peace And War.  The book was so good I have pondered reading it again simply so I could give it my … Continue reading

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Album Review: Icon: The Best Of Vanessa Carlton

Icon:  The Best Of Vanessa Carlton, by Vanessa Carlton There are a lot of people who have read what I have said about the career of Vanessa Carlton [1] and thought that I was not fond of her music.  This … Continue reading

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Album Review: Hopeless Romantic

Hopeless Romantic, by Michelle Branch I’m a big fan of Michelle Branch [1], and have followed her since she broke into the pop world as a young woman with her major label debut The Spirit Room, which exploded into the … Continue reading

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