Academics need to maintain a list of all the stuff they’ve written. I keep my master list here for convenience:


Preaching the New Testament as Rhetoric: The Promise of Rhetorical Criticism for Expository Preaching. ACT Monograph Series. Eugene: Wipf & Stock, 2014.

Catching the Wave: Preaching the New Testament as Rhetoric. Nottingham: IVP, 2016.

To Aliens and Exiles: Preaching the New Testament as Minority-Group Rhetoric in a Post-Christendom World. Eugene: Cascade, 2020.

Refereed Journal Articles and Book Chapters

“Aliens and Strangers: Minority Group Rhetoric in the Later New Testament Writings.” In M. Harding & A. Nobbs, Into All the World: Emergent Christianity in its Jewish and Greco-Roman Context. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2017: 301–333.

“To Aliens and Strangers: Preaching the New Testament as Minority Group Rhetoric.” Journal of the Evangelical Homiletics Society 16(2016): 5–14. Also published as a chapter in Darrell Jackson, David Starling & Michael Frost (eds), Not in Kansas Anymore: Christian Faith in a Post-Christian World. Sydney: Morling Press, 2020: 87–103.

 “Preaching Paul’s Epistles to Australians.” In Ian Hussey (ed.), Preaching with an Accent: Biblical Genres for Australian Congregations, 155–181. Sydney: Morling Press, 2019.

“The preacher as tour guide: Becoming better curators of the biblical text.” St Mark’s Review 258 (2021): 36–48.

“Imitators of the Lord in Severe Suffering.” In Andrew J. Schmutzer (ed.), Divine Suffering: Theology, History, and Church Mission. Eugene: Pickwick, 2023: 180–202.

“Persuasion in Preaching: A Social-Psychological Analysis of the Sermon to the Hebrews.” In Heather A. McKay and Pieter van der Zwan (eds), Showcasing the Psyche in the Bible. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press: 300–321 (forthcoming).

“In (Partial) Defence of the Monologue Sermon.” International Journal of Practical Theology, 2023 (forthcoming).

Book Reviews

James Dunn, Jesus, Paul, and the Gospels (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2011). Review in Journal of Christian Education 53 (2010): 72–74.

Gregory S. MaGee and Jeffrey D. Arthurs, Ephesians: A Commentary for Biblical Preaching (Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2021). Review in JEHS 22 (2022): 108–11.

Conference Papers

“Preaching the New Testament as Rhetoric.” Hermeneutics work group, Academy of Homiletics Conference, Nashville TN, 2015.

“Preaching to 21st Century Corinth.” Morling College Preaching Conference, Sydney, 2018.

“In (Partial) Defence of the Monologue Sermon.” Evangelical Homiletics Society Conference, Chicago IL, 2022.