Publications

Here is a list of some of my publications in books and journals:

Chapter in Teaching with Harry Potter. Edited by Valerie Frankel (McFarland, 2013) “Legit Lit: On Spells and Scholarship.”

Appendix in Teaching with Harry Potter. Edited by Valerie Frankel (McFarland, 2013) “A Bibliography of Significant Works on Harry Potter.”

Article in Hope’s Reason: A Journal of Apologetics Volume 2, Number 1 (2011); “The Resurrection, Two Scholars, and Historical Method.”

Chapter in Harry Potter for Nerds ed. Travis Prinzi (Unlocking Press, 2011) “There and Back Again: The Chiastic Structure in the Harry Potter Series”

Article in Apologetics Study Bible for Students (Nashville, TN: Holman Bible Publishers, 2009); “Why Does God Allow Evil?”

Article in Apologetics Study Bible for Students (Nashville, TN: Holman Bible Publishers, 2009); “What About the Crusades?”

Article in Apologetics Study Bible for Students (Nashville, TN: Holman Bible Publishers, 2009); “Don’t Religious Beliefs Just Reflect Where One Was Born?”

Book Review in Areopagus Journal Volume 9, Number 3 (2009); book reviewed: John Loftus, Why I Became and Atheist: A Former Preacher Rejects Christianity (Prometheus Books, 2008)

Book Review in Areopagus Journal Volume 8, Number 3 (2009); book reviewed: Chad Meister, Building Belief: Constructing Faith from the Ground Up (Baker Books, 2006)

Book Review in Areopagus Journal Volume 7, Number 5 (2007); book reviewed: William Dembski and Jay Wesley Richards, Unapologetic Apologetics: Meeting the Challenges of Theological Studies (IVP Academic, 2001)

Book Review in Areopagus Journal Volume 7, Number 3 (2007); book reviewed: R. Scott Smith, Truth and the New Kind of Christian: The Emerging Effects of Postmodernism in the Church (Crossway, 2005)

Book Review in Philosophia Christi Journal Series 2, Volume 3, Number 2 (2001); book reviewed: Raymond Martin, The Elusive Messiah: A Philosophical Overview of the Quest for the Historical Jesus (Westview Press, 2000)

Article in The Student Forum Spring Vol. 1, No. 1 (1998); “The Greatest (but most neglected) Commandment.”