I found this this morning while browsing Reddit, and thought it was quite interesting:
Michael Behe is the Intelligent Design advocate famous for his testimony at the Dover v. Kitzmiller trial, and coining the term "irreducible complexity". His son, it turns out, turned away from his family's Catholic faith and is now an atheist.
He is currently doing an AMA on reddit, and so far it's a really interesting inside peek at both his and his father's beliefs. (For those of you who aren't redditors: AMA stands for "Ask Me Anything." It's basically a forum where commenters can ask questions, and the original submitter answers them.)
So if you're interested, ask him anything!