academic writing



  • The Scandal of Sacramentality: The Eucharist in Literary and Theological Perspectives – Ph.D. thesis (University of Glasgow)
  • The Praxis of Erring in Mark C. Taylor’s A/theology: To Err is Divine – M.Th. thesis (University of Glasgow)

(*if you are interested in accessing either of the above theses, email me.)


  • “Borders and the Body Broken: Liminal Space at the Table” – Wesleyan Theological Journal 54:1 (Spring 2019)
  • “Speaking Truth to Power” – chapter in A Charitable Discourse, Vol. 2: Uncomfortable Conversations, ed. Dan Boone (Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City, 2016)
  • “Dangerous Liaisons: Wesleyan-Holiness Encounters with Popular Culture” – Wesleyan Theological Journal 51:1 (Spring 2016)
  • “Fracturing: the Eucharist, Body Modification, and the Aesthetics of Brokenness” – chapter in This is My Body: Reflections on Embodiment in the Wesleyan Spirit, eds. Christina Smerick and John Brittingham (Pickwick Press, 2016)
  • “Corporate Worship: More than Just Icing on the Cake” – chapter in Renovating Holiness, eds. Josh Broward & Thomas Jay Oord (SacraSage Press, Jan 2015)
  • “Prophetic Profanity: On South Park on Religion, or, Thinking Theologically with Eric Cartman” (with Michael W. DeLashmutt) – chapter in Taking South Park Seriously, ed. Jeffrey A. Weinstock (SUNY Press, 2008)
  • “Roundtable discussion on Thomas J. J. Altizer’s Living The Death Of God: A Theological Memoir (with David Jasper and Thomas Altizer) – Conversations in Religion and Theology (Blackwell), 5:2 (Nov 2007)
  • “Fact, Fiction and Faith: Making Sense of The Da Vinci CodeDidache: Faithful Teaching 6:1 (Aug 2006) [online]
  • “Pluralism and Sacrament: Eucharistic Possibility in a Post-Ecclesial World”Literature & Theology: An International Journal of Religion, Theory and Culture (Oxford UP), 19:3 (Sept 2005)
  • “A Community of Characters: The Narrative Self in the films of Wes Anderson”Journal of Religion and Film, 9:2 (Oct 2005) [online]