Writings by Cole Huffman

Race, Gender, and Snakebite

Observing the speed and traction of the homosexual revolution, I’ve been pondering a way to frame the raison d’etre for why homosexuality in practice is incompatible with an apostolic sexual ethic. More precisely, where do I start when biblically set sexual convictions are equated to racism? This is done a lot now, and I have no illusions that intelligent or winsome arguments will always outmaneuver. But again, where is a good place to start when opposite someone who sincerely believes... Read More
Posted by Cole Huffman at Apr 28
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The Sparkler Show

Tennessee law bars ministers like me from holding public office. It’s an unenforceable law thanks to a 1961 Supreme Court ruling but it remains on the books. Atheists likewise are barred from office in Tennessee and seven other states. But whereas the language of the Tennessee law bars ministers because they “ought not to be diverted from the great duties of their functions,” the working assumption barring atheists was governance is a divine as well as public trust. A prevailing sense that... Read More
Posted by Cole Huffman at Apr 9
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