“Adopted into God’s Family,” Perspectives: A Journal of Reformed Thought, October 2012, 11-13.

“The Historical Sense, Spiritual Interpretation, and Fulfillment in Christ: On Avoiding the Eclipse of the Old Testament Narrative,” CRUX: A Quarterly Journal of Christian Thought and Opinion, Vol. 48, No. 2 Summer 2012, 4-11.

“The Problem with ‘Incarnational Ministry’: What if our mission is not to ‘be Jesus’ to other cultures, but to join with the Holy Spirit?” in Christianity Today, July/August 2012, 58-63.

“Premodern Biblical Exegesis: Why Does it Matter for Preachers and Teachers Today?” in Catalyst: Contemporary Evangelical Perspectives for United Methodist Seminarians, Vol. 38.1, November, 2011.

“How to Read the Bible: New strategies for interpreting Scripture turn out to be not so new—and help deepen our life in Christ,” cover article in Christianity Today, October, 2011.

Assessing Incarnational Ministry: A Brief Primer,” Modern Reformation, Sept./Oct. 2011.

The Problem with TULIP, or More than TULIPs, in this Field,” Perspectives: A Journal of Reformed Thought, March 2011, 9-12.

“Trinity and Incarnation: Moving Shelf Doctrines to Daily Living,” Modern Reformation, 19:6 November/December 2010, 4-6.

Calvin’s Comeback? The Irresistible Reformer,” cover article in The Christian Century, December 1, 2009, 22-25.

“Being Missional in the Reformed Tradition,” Perspectives: A Journal of Reformed Thought, May 2009, 3-5.

“Incarnational Ministry and the Unique, Incarnate Christ,” Modern Reformation, 18:2 March/April 2009, 19-22.

“Terms of Endearment: The Missional Buzz,” The Church Herald, February 2009, 15-19.

What Makes a Church Missional? Freedom from cultural captivity does not mean freedom from tradition,” Christianity Today, March 2008, 56-59.

On Giving and Receiving: How can Christians live out the commands of Matthew 25 – without the pity,” Sojourners Magazine, April 2007, 48-51.

Emergent Church: New Links, Old Traditions,” The Church Herald, April 2007, 5-7.

The Problem with Mere Christianity: We Jettison ‘Nonessential’ Theology at Our Own Peril,” Christianity Today, February 2007, 46-47.

The Promise of Catholic Calvinism,” Perspectives: A Journal of Reformed Thought 21:4 (April 2006) 12-15.

More Than an Empty Bed” (on Gregory of Nyssa’s “On Virginity”), Regeneration Quarterly 8:2 (2003) 12-13.

“John K. Roth, the Psalms of Lament, and the Place of Theological Reflection on the Problem of Suffering,” The Other Journal, Issue 2, 2003.

“Theodicy as a ‘Lived Question’: A Postmodern Approach to the Theodicy Question,” reprinted from Journal for Christian Theological Research in Constellation, Fall 2002.