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- Covenant in the Old Testament: God and Humanity in Dynamic Relationship (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, forthcoming)
- Isaiah's Covenant at the Crossroads: An Exegetical and Theological Analysis of Covenant in Isaiah (Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock Publishers, forthcoming)
- Eternal Covenant in the Pentateuch: The Contours of an Elusive Phrase (Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies. 494. New York: T&T Clark/Continuum, 2008).Journal Articles:
- "Wielding a Machete with a Handle: The Discrete Witness of Isaiah 61 For Holistic Christian Mission." Missiology: An International Review Vol. XL, no.3 (2012): 293-313.
- “Richard C. Chewning: Model and Mentor of Business and Faith Integration.” Journal of Biblical Integration in Business 12 (2009): 64-72.
- “Another Flood? Genesis 9 and Isaiah’s Broken Eternal Covenant” Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 32 (2007): 177-97.Essays:
- “The Theology of Work in Ezekiel” in edited volume entitled Theology of Work in the Bible (published by Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary). http://www.theologyofwork.com/
- “ Understanding Holistic Christian Mission, ” Part I of the essay Holistic Christian Mission and an Old Testament Paradigm: L.E.G.S. and LeTourneau University’s Call to a Servant’s Work. Published on the LEGS website. http://www.legsresearch.org/
- “Isaiah 61 in Context as a an Old Testament Paradigm for Holistic Christian Mission,” Part II of the essay Holistic Christian Mission and an Old Testament Paradigm: L.E.G.S. and LeTourneau University’s Call to a Servant’s Work. Published on the LEGS website. http://www.legsresearch.org/Dictionary Articles:
- “Pentateuch” and “The Book of the Twelve” in The Baker Illustrated Bible Dictionary, (ed. Tremper Longman III; Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, 2013).
- Thirty-two Old Testament articles for Abingdon Press’ new multi-volume New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, (2006-9).Reviews:
- Several book reviews published in the journals such as Review of Biblical Literature, Ashland Theological Journal, Themelios, and Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology.
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