Mind + Heart is a podcast from Reformed Theological Seminary which features interviews and more from the faculty and friends of Reformed Theological Seminary. We created this podcast to assist you in your daily quest to love God and love your neighbor.
Dr. Ligon Duncan and Phillip Holmes discuss prayer and practical ways Christians can grow in their prayer life, revisiting Dr. Duncan's previous Wisdom Wednesday episode, "How do I pray without ceasing?"
Dr. John Fesko and Phillip Holmes discuss technology, culture, and Christianity, revisiting Dr. Fesko’s previous Wisdom Wednesday episode, "What are the pros and cons of technology for the church?"
Dr. Carl Ellis and Phillip Holmes discuss racism, the importance of Scripture, and the church, revisiting Dr. Ellis's previous Wisdom Wednesday episode, "What is the root of racism?"
Dr. Guy Waters and Phillip Holmes discuss Christ’s return and the rapture, revisiting Dr. Waters' previous Wisdom Wednesday episode, "Does the Apostle Paul Teach a Rapture?”
Dr. Peter Lee and Phillip Holmes discuss joy and trials, revisiting Dr. Lee’s previous Wisdom Wednesday episode, "How do I find joy in suffering?"
Dr. James Anderson and Phillip Holmes discuss worldview, culture, and how Christians can engage with culture.
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Great Podcast with a lot of potential
Great start to a new podcast. This is one that may stand out among the plethora of podcast listening options. The first 2 episodes are extremely helpful and insightful. Can’t wait for more. Keep up the good work.
I’m thrilled about this podcast
These episodes are packed with grace, truth, and love. And they’re not too long! Listen in if you want to hear from men and women who love the Lord, love their neighbors, and think deeply about the Christian faith.
The interview with Karen Ellis was great! I appreciated the questions that were asked. Karen was masterful in giving a cogent and succinct definition of idolatry. Lastly, the hope that was communicated by discussing the impact of prayer in our battle against idolatry. So. Good. 👏🏾