“Toxic Theology: A Pastoral Response to Bible Passages Often Used to Justify the Abuse of Children or Prevent Them from Seeking Care,” Currents in Theology and Mission 45.3 (2018): 56-60. Available here.

“Decentered Online Bible Instruction: How Active Learning Enhances the Study of Scripture,” Teaching Theology & Religion 21.1 (Jan 2018): 33-46. Abstract available here.

“Slow Sailing in Acts: Suspense in the Final Sea Journey (Acts 27:1-28:15),” Journal of Biblical Literature 136.4 (2017): 949-68. Available for preview here.

A well-researched study of the ending of Acts, asking quite simply “How does it end?” The book asks this question from the viewpoint of ancient readers, in order to approach a clearer sense of how Luke’s hearers would have heard one of the most famous endings in the New Testament. Available here from Mohr Siebeck.

“Lessons for Teaching from the Teacher: Matthew’s Jesus on Teaching and Leading Today,” Currents in Theology and Mission 40.6 (2013): 387-98. Available here.

“Luke as Historian” and “Luke as Female Author,” in The Lexham Bible Dictionary, ed. John D. Barry et al. Bellingham, Washington: Lexham Press, 2015. Downloadable for free from Logos Software here.

For a fuller list of my academic pursuits, see my CV (curriculum vitae) here.