Kids and Secular Media, When to Leave Your Church, and Signing Troubled Football Players

Admit it, your Week needs a boost. Well the Happy Rant is here to help. But you, the listeners, have helped us too. We recently passed 100,000 downloads. That is nuts for three guys scattered around the country who record vis dial-up internet and Skype, so thank you! Without further ado, here is what we ranted about this week.

  • Should parents let their kids watch Rated R Movies and listen to secular music? If so when and how much?
  • What are thing aspects of church that are worth leaving over? How should we respond if there’s something at our church we don’t like?
  •  Should we hate football teams that sign players with checkered pasts, especially domestic violence?


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