Publications

New: April, 2016

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Being Human,
Being Church

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Books & Book Chapters

  1. Being Human, Being Church: The Significance of Theological Anthropology for Ecclesiology (Milton Keynes: Paternoster, 2016).
  2. “Julian of Norwich: Her Life, Contribution, and Contemporary Significance,” chapter in Between the Lectern and the Pulpit: Essays in Honour of Victor A. Shepherd, ed. Rob Clements and Dennis Ngien (Vancouver: Regent College Publishing, 2014): 17-30.
  3. “Reading Scripture with Watson and Fowl,” In Pillars of Biblical Interpretation, ed. Stanley E. Porter and Sean A. Adams (forthcoming).

Articles & Essays

  1. “Missionaries in Our Own Back Yard: Missional Community as Cultural and Political Engagement in the Writings of Leslie Newbigin,” Didaskalia 25 (Fall, 2015): 158-87.
  2. “Understanding the Beginning in Light of the End: Eschatological Reflections on Making Theological Sense of Evolution,” Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 66, no. 3 (Sept. 2014): 154-70.
  3. The Human Person in Contemporary Science and Theology,” Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 64, no. 2 (June 2012): 120-29.
  4. Teaching, Scholarship, and Christian Worldview: A Review of Recent Literature,” McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry 11 (2009–2010): 28-61.
  5. Penal Substitution in Perspective,” McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry 10 (2008–2009): 22-52.
  6. Bonhoeffer’s Missional Ecclesiology,” McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry 9 (2007–2008): 96–128.
  7. Women Sharing in the Ministry of God: A Trinitarian Framework for the Priority of Spirit Gifting as a Solution to the Gender Debate,” Priscilla Papers 22, no. 4 (Autumn 2008): 14-20.
  8. John Wesley in Conversation with the Emerging Church.” Asbury Theological  Journal 63, no. 1 (Spring, 2008): 75-93.
  9. “Bonhoeffer’s Anti-Logos and its Challenge to Oppression.” Crux 41, no. 2 (2005): 2-9.

Book Reviews

  1. Dignity and Destiny: Humanity in the Image of God, by John F. Kilner. Reviewed in Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 69, no. 1 (2017): 56-59.
  2. Reading Genesis 1-2: An Evangelical Conversation, edited by J. Daryl Charles. Reviewed in Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 66, no. 2 (June, 2014): 124-26.
  3. The Crucified King: Atonement and Kingdom in Biblical and Systematic Theology, by Jeremy R. Treat. Reviewed in the McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry 15 (2013-2014).
  4. The Sacredness of Human Life: Why an Ancient Biblical Vision is Key to the World’s Future, by David P. Gushee. Reviewed in Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 65, no. 3 (September 2013).
  5. “Bonhoeffer and the Biosciences: an Initial Exploration,” edited by Ralf K. Wüstenberg, Stefan Heuser, and Esther Hornung. Reviewed in Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 63 (September 2011), 207–8.
  6. “New Perspectives in Believers Church Ecclesiology,” edited by Abe Dueck, Helmut Harder, and Karl Koop. Reviewed in the McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry 12 (2010-2011).
  7. Rewired: Exploring Religious Conversion,” by Paul N. Markham. Reviewed in Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 60 (December, 2008): 274-75.
  8. Can These Bones Live? A Catholic Baptist Engagement with Ecclesiology, Hermeneutics, and Social Theory,” by Barry Harvey. Reviewed in Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 60 (December, 2008): 272-73.
  9. Nicaea and its Legacy: An Approach to Fourth-Century Trinitarian Theology,” by Lewis Ayres. Reviewed in Canadian Evangelical Review (Spring 2008).

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