36 episodes

Hosted by skeptic-at-heart Eric Huffman of The Story Houston, Maybe God tackles the toughest topics related to faith - from doubts of Biblical proportions, sexuality, near-death experiences, shame, and so much more. Eric invites best-selling authors, psychiatrists, scientists, renowned Christian apologists, artists, atheists, and ordinary people in extraordinary situations to address the questions we all have about life, meaning, and the purpose for our existence. Through powerful storytelling and real vulnerability, he pushes as hard against religion as he does against secularism in search of the only thing that matters: truth.

Maybe God Eric Huffman

    • Christianity
    • 4.9, 341 Ratings

Hosted by skeptic-at-heart Eric Huffman of The Story Houston, Maybe God tackles the toughest topics related to faith - from doubts of Biblical proportions, sexuality, near-death experiences, shame, and so much more. Eric invites best-selling authors, psychiatrists, scientists, renowned Christian apologists, artists, atheists, and ordinary people in extraordinary situations to address the questions we all have about life, meaning, and the purpose for our existence. Through powerful storytelling and real vulnerability, he pushes as hard against religion as he does against secularism in search of the only thing that matters: truth.

    What Lives Matter? (Revisited)

    What Lives Matter? (Revisited)

    As tensions continue to rise over race in America, Eric Huffman revisits a conversation from season one with author, pastor, and humanitarian Rudy Rasmus about baptizing Beyonce, pledging allegiance to the flag, and being Black and Christian in Trump's America. With a potent blend of grace and brutal honesty, Rudy reminds Eric of his responsibility to speak out about racism and white supremacy - a reminder that we all need to hear.

    • 53 min
    Should We Stop in the Name of Love?

    Should We Stop in the Name of Love?

    Over the years, we've warned people about the intoxicating nature of money, sex, pride and shame, but we've failed to alert people to the most popular gateway drug of our time: busyness. Author of "The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry" John Mark Comer warns that distraction and hurry are the greatest threats to our spiritual and emotional health, and suggests that this COVID-19 moment could be our best chance to declare independence from the soul-sucking busyness we sold-out to years ago.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Oh My God, How Much More Can We Go Through?

    Oh My God, How Much More Can We Go Through?

    What do you do when you can't feel God in the struggle? On Maybe God, we start by listening to each other's stories. Host Eric Huffman cold-calls listeners from all over the world to find out how they're coping with the fallout from COVID-19. He expects to hear voices trembling with uncertainty and fear; what he encounters, however, are people full of faith, hope, and love. Each person has a story to tell about how the pain from their past prepared them to find peace in the present.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    It's a Wrap!

    It's a Wrap!

    Host Eric Huffman looks back at Season 3 and invites Maybe God listeners to the biggest Maybe God LIVE event yet on September 15, 2019 in Houston.

    • 6 min
    Can Loving “Illegals” Save Our Souls? (Part Two)

    Can Loving “Illegals” Save Our Souls? (Part Two)

    As the crisis intensifies along the border, scoring political points is easier than getting to the heart of the matter. Some say the US has a moral obligation to receive all refugees; others, including 68% of white evangelicals, insist we have no responsibility at all. What if we're looking at this crisis from the wrong point of view? By giving migrants a platform to share their powerful stories of faith, this episode compels us all to walk a mile (or 2,000) in their shoes. Donate at semillascommunity.org.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Can Loving “Illegals” Save Our Souls? (Part One)

    Can Loving “Illegals” Save Our Souls? (Part One)

    Since 2014, the number of migrants crossing the border has skyrocketed, leading to the highly politicized border crisis we've seen in the news. In debates like this one, we’re so quick to point out who the villains are and what the solutions are that we forget to answer the most important questions: Where is God in this crisis? What does He want us to learn? What does He want us to do about it?  The Maybe God team traveled to El Paso to search for God’s voice in voices the asylum-seekers and their all

    • 45 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
341 Ratings

341 Ratings

Vanessa Jergensen ,

Embracing tension

This podcast combines the power of asking deep questions with the real human story. Instead of staying at a distance with just fact or idea, “Maybe God” looks at tension and weaves it masterfully with real, compelling stories from real, beautiful people ~ taking it from head, to heart. I am so thankful for the way this podcast has challenged me, helped me see outside of my paradigm, and if I’m honest, oftentimes left me in tears.

ItzLolly ,

Dripping with grace

I love this podcast. The questions asked, the people interviewed- it’s an honest conversation, full of Grace and love and the want to learn more and hear the hearts of different kinds of people.

Rodney Waits ,

POWERFUL

Thank you for creating such a powerful medium that addresses many issues that many are uncomfortable discussing. I truly look forward to sharing your podcast with others to discuss different perspectives.

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