Current Writing Projects:
The Cross and the Crescent: Postmodernity, Islam and Christianity, Lexington Books, forthcoming
Don't Ask, Don't Tell: A Response, Resource Publications: A Division of Wipf and Stock, forthcoming
Evangelical Theological Society
Evangelical Philosophical Society
Society of Christian Philosophers
“The Parabolic Hermeneutics of J.D. Croissant.” Student Theological Fellowship, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, New Orleans, LA. November, 2003.
“Mark(ing) How Taylor ‘C’s God: A Examination of the Postmodern A/theology of Mark C. Taylor.” Evangelical Theological Society Southwest Regional Meeting, Dallas Theological Seminary, Dallas, TX. March, 2004.
“The Unity and Authority of the Bible.” Pontchartrain Baptist Church Apologetics Conference, New Orleans, LA, February, 2005.
“Understanding and Ministering to Muslims.” Pontchartrain Baptist Church Apologetics Conference, New Orleans, LA, February, 2005.
“An Example of Islamic Pluralism: A Critical Examination of the Thought of Seyyed Hossein Nasr.” Evangelical Theological Society Southwest Regional Meeting, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. March, 2005.
Moderator for “Jesus and the Gospels.” ETS Southwest Regional Meeting, March, 2005.
“An Example of Islamic Pluralism: A Critical Examination of the Thought of Seyyed Hossein Nasr.” Evangelical Theological Society National Meeting, November, 2005, Pittsburgh, PA.
“A Comparison of Islam and Christian Definitions of Postmodernity.” Evangelical Theological Society Meeting, Washington, D.C., Nov. 2006.
"Islamic Evangelism." Lifeway's Evangelism and Discipleship Week, Ridgecrest, NC.
"Christian and Islamic Theological Methods." Evangelical Theological Society, San Diego, CA, Nov. 2007
Academic and Popular Writing:
Baptist Center for Theology and Ministry, in conjunction with Lifeway of the Southern Baptist Convention, Online Dictionary (www.baptistcenter.org): “Election,” “Offices of Christ,” “Bible and Scripture,” and “Jesus Christ.”
Student Life Publications, contributing writer to adolescent Bible study curriculum, “Matthew,” “Mark,” and “John.”
"A Response to Ed Stetzer: The Emerging Church Conference." Baptist Center for Theology and Ministry Journal, Fall, 2008.