Content for Augsburg Fortress:
Sundays and Seasons Seasonal Essays, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
Spark Bible, 1 and 2 Chronicles content
Four primary lesson plans for Washed and Welcomed: A Baptismal Sourcebook
Reviews and articles for the Journal of Lutheran Ethics:
The Question Concerning Metriopathic Technophilia, Volume 12, Issue 6, 2012.
Disruptive Grace: Studies in the Theology of Karl Barth, by George Hunsinger,
Volume 4, Issue 6, 2004.
A Politics of the Cross, Craig Carter, 2002.
Articles in POMO Musings:
Articles in Immerse Journal:
Articles in ELCA Youth Ministry Network:
Content for The Burner Blog:
Articles in The Lutheran:
Articles in Lutheran Forum:
Articles in Word & World:
Virtual Church, Summer, 2012
Paul is a Fool, Fall, 2010.
Reviews written for Word & World:
Church for the World: A Theology of Public Witness, by Jennifer McBride, fall 2012
Defending Constantine, by Peter Leithart, fall 2011
How to read the Bible: a guide to scripture, then and now, by James Kugel, 29 no 4 fall 2009, p. 431-432.
Rethinking Christ and culture: a post-Christendom perspective. By Craig Carter, 28 no 1 Wint 2008, p 106, 108.
The scandalous God: the use and abuse of the cross, by Vitor Westhelle, 28 no 4 Fall 2008, p 442, 444.
The making of American liberal theology: crisis, irony, and postmodernity, 1950-2005 by Gary Dorrien. 28 no 2 Spr 2008, p 220-222, 224.
Paying attention: focusing your congregation on what matters. 27 no 1 Wint 2007, p 116-118.
After the Spirit: a constructive pneumatology from resources outside the modern West, by Eugene Rogers, no 2 Spr 2007, p 228, 230, 232.
Blessed with tourists: the borderlands of religion and tourism in San Antonio, by Thomas Bremer, 26 no 4 Aut 2006, p 456-458
On thinking the human: resolutions of difficult notions, by Robert Jenson, 25 no 1 Wint 2005, p 92-96.
The politics of the cross: the theology and social ethics of John Howard Yoder, by Craig Carter, 24 no 4 Fall 2004, p 456-458.
The Barthian revolt in modern theology: theology without weapons, by Gary Dorrien, 22 no 3 Sum 2002, p 314-320.
A bishop’s tale: Mathias Hovius among his flock in 17th-century Flanders, by Craig Harlin and Eddie Put, 21 no 4 Fall 2001, p 444-448.
Radical orthodoxy: a new theology, by John Milbank, Catherine Pickstock, and Graham Ward, 21 no 3 Sum 2001, p 312-318.