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Christianity is a Religion

Bo Hutches is currently serving as an Associate Pastor at Living Water Bible Fellowship in Alamosa, Colorado. Originally from Springfield,…

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Sacred & Secular

Doctrine and Devotion One of my favorite podcasts to listen to is “Doctrine and Devotion” (Doc & Devo). Lead pastor…

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Advice to Young Pastors

I often feel guilty for how much I enjoy my job. Full time ministry is a rare opportunity; few people…

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Three Things To Be Thankful for this Thanksgiving

A worship song I enjoy singing with my local church is the song 10,000 Reasons.  The thesis of the song…

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Pray for the Persecuted Church

November 5th is the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. This comes in the wake of a developing…

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Protestant Resolutions: The 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation

What an honor it is to experience the 500th year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. On such an important day…

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Humbled by Harvey

Al Mohler released some haunting statistics about the flooding situation in Houston due to Hurricane Harvey. Quoting from the Washington…

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A Lesson in Irony

A personal twist on Orwell’s rules for writing:  Every rose has its thorn, and the thorn of writing is cliche…

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Why Wonder Woman Was Wonderful (Contains Spoilers)

My review of Wonder Woman and why I recommend it. This does contain minor spoilers; you have been warned.

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The God Delusion: Why I Am a Presuppositionalist

The only way to condemn one natural instinct, and condone another natural instinct, is to have a standard which transcends natural instincts. Dawkins’ worldview cannot provide that. Thus, as he shuffles through the mixed-bag of human tendencies, he arbitrarily puts some of them in the bucket marked “moral” and arbitrarily puts others in the bucket marked “evil”, when his worldview demands he needs to simply take the whole bag.