About the Show

Mind + Heart is a new show from Reformed Theological Seminary where we discuss a variety of topics related to Christian living to assist you in your daily quest to love God and love your neighbor. In the first season, we’ll take short interviews from RTS’s weekly video Q&A series, Wisdom Wednesday, and invite guests back to dive deeper into the topic they addressed in a specific episode.

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Mike Hillerman

Mike Hillerman and Phillip Holmes discuss suffering, psychology and counseling, and how Christianity informs our response to both.

Bonus Episode

Phillip Holmes

Isaac Adams and Phillip Holmes discuss healthy Christian communication, good practices for social media, and racism while discussing Rev. Adams’ book.

Season 2 | Episode 9

Dr. Ligon Duncan

Phillip Holmes and Dr. Ligon Duncan discuss misconceptions about covenant theology, as well as its practical applications.

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