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The Happy Rant podcast is a conversation which Barnabas Piper, Ted Kluck, and Ronnie Martin cheerfully (if sardonically) rant about all the things that don’t matter all that much and some things that do. Too much Christian interaction with culture is angry and vitriolic, so these three bring the humor, pith, and occasional irreverence to bear on it. They rant about church, culture, sports, the arts, entertainment, and occasional nonsense in a manner listeners enjoy and wish they could be part of too.

Sep 11, 2018

In this episode of The Happy Rant Ted, Ronnie, and Barnabas rant about the following hot topics:

  • Kevin DeYoung advocating for shorter sermons? The end is nigh.
  • Why do evangelicals like to sign statements so much, especially ones that make people mad like the recent Social Justice statement, and what good do they do?
  • So...


Sep 5, 2018

In this episode of The Happy Rant Ted and Barnabas soldier on without Ron (globetrotting as usual) and bring the rant back to the Rant about the following:

  • Outlawed gym class games
  • Protecting kids from embarrassment
  • Ordering quinoa burgers
  • SO MUCH MORE


Aug 20, 2018

In this episode of The Happy Rant Ted, Ronnie, and Barnabas take on the following trends:

  • The death of foods at the hands of murderous millennials
  • Identity condiments - what are they and how do they work?
  • Men discussing diets and where all the real men went
  • Burger diets


Aug 13, 2018

In this unique episode of The Happy Rant Ted, Ronnie, and Barnabas wander to and fro through a single topic - the epic work of Frank McKinney. Who is that, you ask? We are here to tell you. Frank McKinney:

  • Is the author of multiple books in multiple genres, including one he created.
  • Is a Real Estate Artist known for...


Jul 31, 2018

In this episode of The Happy Rant Ronnie and Barnabas suss out the following topics while Ted makes his way back from a glorious week at camp.

  • Firing people for old mistakes (like bad tweets), and never giving them a chance to make things right
  • Why is every non fiction book, especially Christian ones, 30% too...