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Eric's Teenage Daughter Takes the Mic

After years of asking all the questions, the tables turn on Maybe God host Eric Huffman as his 15-year-old daughter, Joelle, makes her first appearance on the show and immediately takes control. She asks her father ten probing questions - ranging from his secret love of Taylor Swift to his thoughts on dating, friendship, and parenting.

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Hosted by Eric Huffman, a skeptic-at-heart.

Skeptic-at-heart Eric Huffman is the lead pastor of The Story Church, host of the Maybe God Podcast, and author of 40 Days of Doubt: Devotions for a Skeptic and Scripture and the Skeptic. After a long journey from Bible Belt religion to atheism and back to Christianity, Eric’s passion is to lead new generations to ask their questions, to doubt their doubts, and to know the truth of God through Jesus Christ. Eric believes we should liberate Jesus from the limitations of religion. Religion is about good behavior and living in fear. Jesus came to give us a better way.

 

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