My Books and Publications
A Faith Not Worth Fighting For: Addressing Commonly Asked Questions about Christian Nonviolence (Cascade, 2012) co-edited with Tripp york received widespread praise.
The Business of War: Theological and Ethical Reflections on the Military-Industrial Complex, co-edited with James McCarty and Matthew Tapie will be released October 1, 2020. This book is the first in The Business of Modern Life Series, which I will be co-editing.
In the peer-reviewed volume Essays on Anarchism and Religion: Vol. II, I have a chapter called "Subordination and Freedom: Tracing Anarchist Themes in 1 Peter," and being in good anarchist fashion the whole book and the other two in the series are available for PDF download for free.
I also co-wrote the Introduction to a special edition of the journal Modern Theology, which I Co-Edited with D. Stephen Long. It has excellent essays that are worth your time.
Right now besides putting together the Business of Modern Life Series, which should include books on various industrial complexes such as the agricultural, medical, educational, sports, and other blank-industrial complexes that run our modern lives. I am also still working on another collaborative book project with Maria Kenney, tentatively titled Practicing the Kingdom: Essays on Hospitality, Community, and Friendship in Honor of Christine Pohl (forthcoming with Cascade, 2021). And, I am co-authoring God and Country (Music) with Joshua Jeffery, a book on theology and country music, that explores key theological themes in my favorite music genre for the series the Theology and Pop Culture Series (Forthcoming with Lexington Books/Fortress Academic, 2021)