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The Happy Rant

Barnabas Piper, Ted Kluck, and Ronnie Martin cheerfully - if sarcastically - rant about all the things that don't matter all that much (and some that do).
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Aug 7, 2017

In this episode of The Happy Rant Ted, Ronnie, and Barnabas do as they always do - suss  out a random variety of church and culture topics of questionable importance.

  • Which pastor is which candy bar - Tim Keller, Matt Chandler, Don Carson, Mark Dever?
  • Shai Lynne and Lecrae are having a Christian hip hop beef. It's like Biggie and Tupac but way nicer. Of course we weighed in.
  • What do we think of personality evaluations like Myers-Briggs, Strengths Finder, and the Enneagram?

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1 Comments
  • over four months ago
    April Vercammen
    Um, props to Barnabas for representing the MBTI pretty darn well in this one! I knew he was an ENTP! Also, I strongly think that Ted was right about Ronnie's being an infp/enfp. I was like, what?!, when he said ENTJ...

    It's all in how you use it to understand yourself and others in various scenarios. It can be quite helpful. I don't think organizations would use it so much if not. There's a lot of theory involved, so it can be taken in weirdish directions at times. But, used rightly, I think it's very helpful and interesting! So glad you guys finally addressed it, though I was hoping more of you would be excited about it. But, thanks, Barnabas!