Conversations with Scripture: Luke. New York: Morehouse Publishing, 2009.

What God Wants for Your Life, Finding Answers to the Deepest Questions.  San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco, 2005.

Conversations with Scripture: Revelation. Harrisburg: Morehouse-Continuum, 2005.

Sofferenza, All ricerca di una riposta.  Torino: Claudiana, 2004.  (Italian translation of When Suffering Persists)

When Suffering Persists. Morehouse Publishing, 2001.

The Changing Face of God. Morehouse Publishing, 2000.

A Still Small Voice: Women, Ordination and the Church. Women and Gender in North American Religions.  Series editors, Amanda Porterfield and Mary Farrell Bednarowski. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1996.

Contributions to Books

“Led by a Pillar of Fire: The Preacher in Transition.” in Pastoring and Preaching through Transitions, ed., David Neil Mosser.  Louisville: John Knox Westminster, scheduled for publication, 2010.

“What is being asked of you?  Canonical theism and theological education.”  Canonical Theism.  ed., William J. Abraham, Natalie Van Kirk and Jason Vickers.  Grand Rapids: Wm B. Eerdmans Publishing, 2008: 273- 286.

“Passing through the door.”  Comfort Ye!  Finding Light in Times of Darkness. Edited by Richard H. Schmidt.  Cincinnati: Forward Movement, 2007.

Anchor Bible Dictionary.  Edited by David N. Freedman, et al. New York: Doubleday, Inc., 1992.

44 entries: “Anan,” 1.223; “Ananiah,” 1.223;”Athaiah,” 1.511; “Azaniah,” 1.532;  “Balamon,” 1.573; “Beninu,” 1.671; “Bilgai,” 1.742; “Bougaean,” 1.773-774; “Chenani,” 1.897; “Gabael,” 2.861-862; “Gabbai,” 2.862;  “Gabrias,” 2.862-863; “Ginnethon,” 2.1028; “Hacaliah,” 3.10; “Hallohesh,” 3.30-31; “Hashabnah,” 3.64-65; Hassenuah,” 3.77; “Hasshub,” 3.77;”Hazaiah,” 3.84; “Ithiel,” 3.581; “Jaddua,” 3.610; “Japheth,” 3.642; “Joakim,” 3.854; “Joed,” 3.872;  “Kolaiah,” 4.97; “Maaziah,” 4.433; “Magpiash,” 4.471; “Malluch,” 4.488; “Manasseh,” 4.494; “Meshezabel,” 4.712; “Mica,” 4.806; “Most High,” 4.922;  “Nathanael,” 4.1030; “Nebai,” 4.1053; “Pilha,” 5.372; “Rages,” 5.610; “Raguel,” 5.610; “Raphael,” 5.621; entries (continued): “Sallai,” 5.906; “Sallu,” 5.906; “Shilonite,” 5.1215-1216; “Shobek,” 5.1224; “Tobias,” 6.585; and “Tobiel,” 6.585.

Published Articles

“Hard-Times Leadership, Discerning the Spiritual Challenges.” Congregations (Winter, 2010): 12-15.

Fides ancilla medicinae: On the Ersatz Liturgy of Death in Biopsychosociospiritual Medicine.” (with Jeffrey P. Bishop and Philipp R. Rosemann), The Heythrop Journal 49 (January, 2008): 20-43.

“Leaving Behind Left Behind.”  Congregations (Spring, 2007): 6-11.  (Awarded Honorable Mention by the Associated Church Press, 2008)

“Moving beyond Purpose-driven Living.”  The Clergy Journal (January, 2007): 31-32.

“Culture battles are a constant in American life.”  The Press Enterprise (April 16, 2006): D1, 4.

“A Vocation without Mentors.”  Congregations (Spring, 2006), Washington, D.C.: Alban Institute, on-line  publication.

“Hollywood can’t ‘do’ God if it doesn’t ‘get’ God.”  Dallas Morning News (January 12, 2006): 23A.

“Examining  future shocks: Public needs new revelation into meaning of John’s Apocalypse.” Episcopal Life (January 1, 2006): 22 and 24.

“We’re no idiots – for guidance, we seek out a smart guy.”  Dallas Morning News (November 26, 2005).

“Religion and the Politics of Leverage: How Separate are Church and State?”  SMU Magazine 54 (Spring/Summer, 2004):  30-31.

“9/11 and Deliverance Theology.”  Perkins News (September 10, 2002) : 1.

“Loyal Opposition and the Law in the Teaching of Jesus: The Ethics of a Restorative and Utopian Eschatology.”  The Asbury Theological Journal Vol. 56 No. 1 (Spring, 2001): 31-44.

“Discernment: Beyond the Purely Personal.”  Explorations Vol. 11 No. 4 (Fall, 2001): 2.

“Scholars Respond to Use of Scripture at the Lambeth Conference,” The Living Church Vol. 217 No. 26 (December 27, 1999): 7.

“Jesus: Prophet, Teacher, Messiah, Lord.  An Interview with N. T. Wright.” Cathedral Age LXXIII (Fall, 1997): 18-21.

“Beyond a Biblicistic Feminism: Hermeneutics and Ordained Women.” Feminist Theology No. 11 (January, 1996): 55-71.

“Lessons in Living Day by Day in Jerusalem.”  The Living Church (February 5, 1995): 9-10.

“Leap of Faith, Murder the Mind.”  Plumbline 22  (1994): 14-19 .

“Behind Orthodoxy and Beyond It: Recent Developments in Evangelical Christology.”  Scottish Journal of Theology 45 (1993): 515-541.

“An Unexamined Orthodoxy: Millennialist Interpretations of Apocalyptic Literature.”  Journal of the C. S. Lewis Society 14 (1992): 4-6.

Author: An Evening with Sister Helen Prejean. A Study Guide on the issue of Capital Punishment. Washington, D.C.: National Cathedral Association, 2000.

A Call to Dynamic Orthodoxy.” Prepared on behalf of the Right Reverend Ronald H.Haines, Bishop of Washington.  (Washington, D.C.: The Episcopal Diocese of Washington, 2000). (Pamphlet)