Our Mission

The contributors at Project 360 combat the erosion of the Christian faith, utilizing the best content of the past and present to create high-quality, low-cost resources that will make an enduring impact on the future.

Our Vision

Project 360 aims to create a community of passionate, articulate defenders of the Christian faith who use our resources to engage with honest seekers and to build up the character and confidence of believers, one person at a time.

Our Programs

The world’s leading resource for lay apologists, pastors, students, and scholars seeking historical apologetics materials for self-study, church classes, sermon preparation, and research.
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Our Contributors

Lydia McGrew

Lydia McGrew

Dr. Lydia McGrew is a widely published analytic philosopher specializing in formal
epistemology, probability theory, and philosophy of religion. She is the co-author, with her husband Tim McGrew, of the article on the resurrection of Jesus in The Blackwell Companion to Natural Theology (2009). Her articles have appeared in many professional philosophical journals, and she is the author of the entry on historical inquiry and theism in the Routledge Companion to Theism (2012). Her recent book, Hidden in Plain View: Undesigned Coincidences in the Gospels and Acts, revives a largely forgotten apologetic argument for the reliability of the Gospels, Acts, and the Pauline epistles. Without using any technical terminology, Lydia brings to bear her training in the evaluation of evidence and argues that this internal evidence strongly supports the eyewitness nature of these books of the Bible.
Tom Gilson

Tom Gilson

Tom Gilson is a senior editor of The Stream, author of the new 2016 parent-friendly guide to keeping kids in the faith, titled Critical Conversations: A Christian Parents’ Guide to Discussing Homosexuality With Teens, and the chief editor of True Reason: Christian Responses to the Challenge of Atheism. In late 2017 he released A Christian Mind: Thoughts on Life and Truth in Jesus Christ,  a collection of his best original writing on his popular Thinking Christian blog. He lives in southwest Ohio with Sara, his wife, and their two 20-something children. He has received a B.Mus. in Music Education with a specialty in performance from Michigan State University and an M.S. in Organizational Psychology from the University of Central Florida. When he’s not writing he loves drinking coffee, canoeing, walking in the woods, and playing his trombones.
Mia Langford

Mia Langford

Mia aspires to embody the Renaissance woman in our time. Her roles at Project 360 make use of her background in content creation, research, public speaking, program design and evaluation, fundraising, special events, administration, promotion, outreach, and marketing. Her experience is enhanced by some degrees in psychology, social work, and Biblical studies. She loves Jesus, coffee, sheep-dogging, and anything nerdy.
Dr. Timothy McGrew

Dr. Timothy McGrew

Dr. Timothy McGrew is Professor and Chairman of the Department of Philosophy at Western Michigan University, a Senior Research Fellow with Apologetics.com, and Director of the Library of Historical Apologetics. A well-published specialist in the theory of knowledge and the history and philosophy of science, Tim has spoken at Oxford, MIT, and other universities as well as many churches and seminaries across the United States and overseas. His talks on the meaning of faith, the rationality of belief in miracles, and the historical reliability of the Gospels are known for respectfully engaging skeptics and for deepening the faith of all Christian believers.

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