Aspirant Sage or Dysfunctional Seer? Cognitive Dissonance and Pastoral Vulnerability in the Profile of Daniel
Commentary on the Book of Proverb
“Ecclesiastes,” in Global Perspectives on the Old Testament (ed., Mark Roncace and Joe Weaver; Pearson Prentice Hall, forthcoming).
Hearing God’s Bitter Cries (Hosea 11:1-9): Reading, Emotive-Experiencing, Appropriation
Introduction to Daniel
Invited book review of Chairman Mao Meets the Apostle Paul: Christianity, Communism, and the Hope for China
Making Sense of the Biblical Portrait: Toward an Interpretive Strategy of Proverbs 31:10-31
Psalm 44 and the Function of Lament and Protest
Student Diversity and Theological Education
Surely, All Are in Vain! Psalm 73 and Humanity Reaching out to God
“The Costly Loss of Lament and Protest: Preaching a Tough Message Biblically,” in Between the Lectern and the Pulpit: Essays in Honour of Victor A. Shepherd (ed., Rob Clements and Dennis Ngien: Regent College Publishing, forthcoming).
Through the ‘I’-Window: The Inner Life of Characters in the Hebrew Bible
Total Otherness, Awe-Driven Self-Condemnation, and Atonement for Guilt: The Psychology of Religious Experience and Guilt in Isaiah 6
Uncovering the Isaian Personality: Wishful Thinking or Viable Task?
“Voice and Ideology in Ecclesiastes: Reading ‘Cross the Grains’,” in David J. A. Clines Festschrift (ed., J. K. Aitken and Christi Maier; Atlanta: SBL, forthcoming).
What Would Bakhtin Say about Isaiah 21:1-12? A Re-reading
Word Becoming Flesh [On Appropriation]: Engaging Daniel as a Survival Manual