Episode 65: When Presbyters Assemble: with Todd Pruitt

Return co-host Samuel Brewer joins Allen to interview Todd Pruitt from the Mortification of Spin, who gives an insider look into the PCA; and to discuss the PCA’s “Genender Assembly”* and the controversy surrounding it.

*no fees will be paid to the Prebsycast for the usage of this nomenclature since they did not file their trademarked prior to the release of this episode.


Episode 63: Interview with R.C. Sproul Jr. about “Growing Up with R.C.”

As the Regular Reformed Guys podcast makes its apparent transition into a book review podcast, we bring you yet…another book review! This is a great interview though about a fascinating book as Allan sits down with R.C. Sproul Jr. to discuss his book “Growing Up (With) R.C.: Truths I Learned About Grace, Redemption, and the Holiness of God”.

Episode 62: Ben’s Pocketbook

Benjamin Woodring and Drew Mills are back again for another action-packed…book ad!!!!!!! This 39-minute infommercial offers you a fantastic resource, at a fantastic price, for a fantastic cause. Call now and get yours today!


*(In that really sped up voice) There are no actual callers standing by. Please do not call. Just go to Amazon. The author is not responsible for any Reformed cage stage activities or irresponsible usage of this product, like making paper airplanes of the WCF to throw at your Baptist brethren.

Episode 61: Let the Good Times Roll !

Allan’s ex has come back for a special guest appearance alongside Drew for a fun-filled time of talking about everything…which is also to say- nothing. Sit back, relax, feel bad for what Andy had to go through, and let the good times roll!

Episode 60: Why St. Paul used the KJV

It’s a Baptists exclusive party as Nathan (@1689Wolverine) joins Allan in discussing the movement and position known as King James Onlysim.

Even if you didn’t grow up with the KJV, still give a listen as they cover the background of our Bibles and also a lot of interesting difference between translations! Here are some teasers:

-Is the account of the woman caught in adultery originally in John?

-Mark has 4 different endings!?

-The best proof for the Trinity…that might not actually be there.

Episode 59: A Special Interview with Les Lanphere

You’ll want to read all the show notes: Worlds collide as the Regular Reformed Guys (actually, just guy) team up with the Theology Brewers to interview Les Lanphere (you all know who he is) about his upcoming movie “Spirit and Truth”.

And….It’s on video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3CXVd4oEFvQ

Also check out the websites!


Episode 58: The Doctrine of God with J.V. Fesko

Allan and Drew do a quick release episode following their first where they interview J.V. Fesko (@jvfesko) from Westminster west on the doctrine of God.

If you secretly want to skip because that sounds boring…repent, press play, and get learn’t.

Episode 57: “The Co-Host Formally Known As…” and Drew

It’s back! After a brief hiatus the next contestant steps up to the plate, only to be railroaded out by a surprise appearance of “the co-host formally known as Ben” (he is passively expressing regret over leaving). 

The new temporary co-host is an interesting individual, great follow on twitter, and apparently the only true Presbyterian by birth…until you find out it was the PCUSA. ‘Nough said.

Meet Drew:

@acmills237  !

Episode 56: Turn or Burn, Cry or Fry

Tyler Vela from The Freed Thinker Podcast joins the Regular Reformed guys to defended Calvin for burning Servetus at the stake-because we all know he done did the deed. Listen in for a bit of controversial history. The stakes are high! Ha ha..get it? No? Too soon?

You can follow Tyler and his podcast here: @FreedPodcast


Episode 55: The Heidelberg Catechism with R. Scott Clark

Football, (of the non-sabbath breaking variety), Lutherans, Calvinist, history, and stories: Allan and Tony bring on R. Scott Clark to talk about the Heidelberg Catechism. So if you are ready for some cow bell, bring it in and have a listen!




The Heidelblog 

Book Recommendation: On Being Reformed: Debates over a Theological Identity