Episode 46: Parachurch: The Tricycle of the Evangelical World (With Pastor Pete LaPointe)

Parachurch ministries are everywhere…but should they be? We bring in a truly Regular Reformed Guy, Pastor Pete LaPointe, to discuss the pros, cons, and legitimacy of the parachurch movement.


To Reach Pastor Pete visit: ctkpcaseminole.com

*title credited to Daniel Stanley (cultusandculture.com)

Episode 45: Contestant Number First

Failed alliteration.

More fundy stuff-especially culottes.

A Presbyterian’s favorite topic (No it’s not baptism).

And even more unity talk.


Episode 44: The Pageant

Regular Reformed* Guy(s) is back!

In this episode, Allan is joined by a plethora of presbyterians all vying to win his favor and be given a rose by the end of the night.

Who will the Podcastelorette choose?

Contestants include:
Brian @brianfreytag
brigand @brigandbldstrm
Drew @acmills237
Sam @SamuelBrewer42
Scott @xpcoulson
Tony @NewGeneva

* Host may or may not actually be reformed.

Episode 43: The Episode that Ended it All

Allan and Ben wrap up the current iteration of the Regular Reformed Guys podcast by talking about why it began, and why they feel it is the right time to end it in its current form.

Other topics include: You’d better just listen. Make sure you stay for the bloopers.

Episode 41: True Iglesia 2: INC Debate Review

Nic and Conley of http://www.trueiglesia.org/ rejoin Ben and Allan to talk all about the Iglesia ni Cristo debate that took place this past week in South Dakota.

Episode 39: QIRC/QIRE with R. Scott Clark

Dr. Clark of Westminster Seminary California joins the guys to talk about QIRC/QIRE and recovering the reformed confession.

Other topics include: Shaming Ben for being cheap.

Episode 37: Getting the Garden Right

Pastor Richard Barcellos joins the Regular Reformed Guys to talk about his upcoming, as yet unnamed book about the Covenant of Works, the Garden of Eden and a number of other questions in relation to the New Covenant Theology.

This is one of those meaty episodes. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did.