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 Texts: Seventeen 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. Bethsaida: Academica 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.