1518 The Legacy Project?

The image of a German monk nailing a revolutionary document—The 95 Theses—is inspiring and iconic. For this reason, some who […]

Hugh Hefner’s Vicious Manifesto

For some reason, American culture tends to venerate dead celebrities, whatever their contribution to society. Still, I was surprised to […]
September 29, 2017 by Dr. Jeff Mallinson

Object Fixation and Christian Sexuality

When I was dean of theology at an interdenominational evangelical university, some of the freshmen guys started sharing their frustrations […]
September 22, 2017 by Dr. Jeff Mallinson

Why All The Fuss? The Difference between the Reformed and Lutherans on the Lord’s Supper

After several years of teaching church history and theology, it often remains hard to explain the divide between the Lutherans […]

When Church is Like Comedy Traffic School

We all hate traffic tickets. One of the worst parts of getting pulled over isn’t just the hefty fine. It’s […]

When Church is Like Comedy Traffic School

We all hate traffic tickets. One of the worst parts of getting pulled over isn’t just the hefty fine. It’s […]

Christianity? What Young Adults Are Saying To Me

Too often, well-intentioned Christian thinkers try to offer apologetic arguments that are related to questions few people are actually asking […]
September 01, 2015 by Dr. Jeff Mallinson

The Holy Plumb Line

My favorite meal is the English Big Breakfast. It comprises a rashion of back bacon, fried eggs, grilled tomatoes, fried […]
July 29, 2015 by Dr. Jeff Mallinson

Pluralistic Courtesy – What’s Wrong With Apologetics? (Part 9 of 9)

Who would have thought that a Muslim, a Jew, a Hindu and a Christian would have bonded over their mutual […]
May 19, 2015 by Dr. Jeff Mallinson

Lack Of Nerve – What’s Wrong With Apologetics? (Part 8 of 9)

Doctors terrify me. I have to get my wife to make appointments for general check-ups, or else they won’t happen. […]