Duane Toops Grew Up a Fundamentalist Christian, but Now is a Buddhist YouTuber {Podcast}

Dana Gornall and Brent Purple Oliver chat with Duane Toops

Duane Toops is a YouTuber who likes to talk about the Dharma and Buddhism.

His approach is fun with a beginner’s slant. He discusses sometimes complex Buddhist concepts that relate to everyday situations. Dana Gornall and Brent Purple Oliver sit down and chat with Duane about how his YouTube channel came into being, his experience growing up in a fundamentalist Christian home, and how he balances family life, his own business, school and his Buddhist studies.

 

 

 

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