Chapters in Edited Volume

“Transmission Implications Regarding the Authorship of Cyril of Jerusalem’s Mystagogic Catecheses.” In The Use of Textual Criticism for the Interpretation of Patristic TextsSeventeen Case Studies, edited by Kenneth B. Steinhauser and Scott Dermer, 37-76.   Lewiston, MA:  Edwin Mellen Press, 2013.

“Engaging in the Debate from the Periphery: Contributions of Neglected Oxford Movement Converts in the Infallibility Debates.” In Authority, Dogma and History: The Role of the Oxford Movement Converts and the Infallibility Debates in the Nineteenth Century, 1835-1875, edited by Kenneth Parker and Michael Pahls, 157-194. BethsaidaAcademica Press, 2009.


“Cyril of Jerusalem’s Sacramental  Theōsis, Studia patristica LXVI (14): 247-56.

“The Role of Christian Spirituality in 13th Century Interpretations of the Fall of Constantinople: Relics and Icons as Interpretive Lenses.”   Credo ut Intelligam: A Graduate Student Journal of Theology 1,1, (Fall 2007): 33-47.

“Ephesians 6:10-18: A Call to Personal Piety or Another Way of Describing Union with Christ?” Journal of the Evangelical Theology Society 48 (3), (2005): 521-32.