Protestant Aesthetics and the Arts, co-edited with Sarah Covington (Routledge Press, 2020).
“Imagination and Hermeneutics,” Oxford Handbook on Jonathan Edwards, edited by Douglas Sweeney and Jan Stievermann, New York: Oxford University Press (forthcoming fall 2020)
“Can Theology Be Postsecular? Aesthetics and Non-Triumphalist Theology,” The Journal of Religion, Vol. 98, Issue 3, July 2018, pp.371-397
“Aesthetics of the ‘Made’: Exuberant Authenticity in the Work of Wes Anderson,” Dreams, Doubt, and Dread: the Spiritual in Film. Edited by Taylor Worley and Zac Settle (Cascade Books, 2016).
Theology and the Kinesthetic Imagination: Jonathan Edwards and the Making of Modernity (Oxford University Press, 2014)
Reflections on Art and Sensory Contention at a Christian Seminary, Sensational Religion: Sense and Contention in Material Practice. Edited by Sally Promey, Yale University Press (2014).
The Choreography of Feminist Theology, Reflections, Spring 2011, Vol. 98 Number 1, p 38-41.
Heroism in the Age of Terror: the Dark Knight of the American Soul in Religious Faith, Torture, and Our National Soul. Edited by David P. Gushee, J. Drew Zimmer, and Jillian Hickman Zimmer. Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 2010.??
A Sense of the Tragic in a Christian Theology of Freedom, Theological Studies, Mar 2009, Vol. 70 Issue 1, p 37-60.