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.

Book Review: Victory Over The Power Of Darkness

Victory Over The Power Of Darkness:  Realize The Power Of Your Identity In Christ, by Neil T. Anderson [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Bethany House Publishing in exchange for an honest review.  All thoughts and opinions … Continue reading

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Book Review: 10 Prayer Secrets

10 Prayer Secrets:  Supernatural Power For Your Breakthrough, by Hakeem Collins [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Chosen Books in exchange for an honest review.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] A book like this gives … Continue reading

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Core Curriculum: Styx

Today I would like to begin my core curriculum series by looking at the music of Styx and pondering what songs of theirs are part of their core material that need to be understood if one wants to figure out … Continue reading

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Album Review: Classics: Volume 15

Classics:  Volume 15, by Styx As someone who is by no means unfamiliar with the music of Styx and especially their greatest hits compilations, this particular cd is a compilation that the band’s second label, A&M Records, put together for … Continue reading

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Album Review: Best Of Styx

Best Of Styx, by Styx It sometimes happens, as is the case here, where a band toils in relative obscurity for some years, building up their craft and developing themselves, in a minor label with minimal popular success and then … Continue reading

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Album Review: The Best Of Styx: The Millennium Collection

The Best Of Styx:  The Millennium Collection, by Styx As is the case with many legacy rock & roll acts who first became big in the 1970’s or 1980’s, Styx has a lot of best of compilations, and I chose … Continue reading

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An Unusual Fourth

Throughout my life I have had some unusual experiences on the Fourth of July [1].  I have spent them abroad and traveled, and reflected upon a nation that appeared to have everything.  I have used it as a way to … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Counter-Revolution In Pennsylvania 1776-1790

The Counter-Revolution In Pennsylvania 1776-1790, by Robert L. Brunhouse It is among the more fortunate aspects of the American Revolution that it was not in fact a revolution on the model of the French Revolution but was a more conservative … Continue reading

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Book Review: Bloodstained

Bloodstained:  One Hundred Years Of Leninist Counterrevolution, edited by the Friends of Aron Baron It should be stated at the outset that I am not a friend of Aron Baron nor am I supportive of leftist anarchists at all.  My … Continue reading

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Book Review: Revolutionary War: Western Response

Revolutionary War:  Western Response, edited by David S. Sullivan and Martin J. Sattler This book was disappointing for several reasons.  The first of these reasons was that the scope of the book was so narrow.  One would expect that as … Continue reading

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