Dr. Mike Kruger: It’s appropriate and right to take a hard look at your heart and to ask whether you have a believing or an unbelieving heart.
Phillip Holmes: 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’ weekly video Q&A series, Wisdom Wednesday, and invite guests back to dive deeper into the topics they addressed in the specific episode.
You’ll hear from RTS faculty members like Dr. Mike Kruger on apostasy.
Dr. Kruger: Any time you bring up apostasy, lingering in the background is, well, wait a second. If someone proves to be a non Christian and falls away from the faith, does that mean people can lose their faith?
Holmes: Karen Ellis on Idolatry.
Karen Ellis: Idols are sneaky. And the best way to know if you’re caring about a thing too much is to ask God to show it to you, because I can guarantee he delights in answering that kind of prayer. He’s like, “oh, you want to see?” You know, praying is the first step to tearing it down.
Holmes: We also have interviews from Guy Richard, Nancy Guthrie, Peter Lee, Carl Ellis, James Anderson, John Fesko, Guy Waters and RTS Chancellor Ligon Duncan.
Dr. Ligon Duncan: All of us, I think, want to grow in our practice of prayer. I have a dear friend who often says, “if you want a humble Christian, ask him about his prayer life.”
Holmes: I’m Phillip Holmes. This show is Mind and Heart from Reformed Theological Seminary. Follow and listen for free on Apple Podcasts, Google, Spotify, TuneIn, and Stitcher. New episodes are released on Tuesdays.
Ellis: If you want to hear how idols treat you, listen to the blues from a female perspective. And it’ll tell you a lot. I’ll just leave it at that.