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Troeltsch’s Eschatological Absolute. Oxford University Press (2020).

with Matthew Ryan Robinson. Theology Compromised: Schleiermacher, Troeltsch, and the Possibility of a Sociological Theology. Minneapolis: Lexington/Fortress (2019).

Andrew Dole at Reading Religion
Kyle Trowbridge at A People’s Theology
Hadje Sadje at Journal of Sociology and Christianity

Edited Work:

Editor, Documenting Religions special issue for Journal of Religious and Theological Information (2022)


“The Information Ecosystem Concept in Information Literacy: a theoretical approach and definition” Journal of the Association of Information Science and Technology 74.4 (2023): 434-443.

“The Idea of the End: Kant’s Philosophical Eschatology” International Journal of Philosophy and Theology 82.1 (2021): 17-33.

“Concept History and Religious Discourse”, Journal of Religious and Theological Information 16.3 (2017): 87-97.

“Godforsakenness as the End of Prophecy: a proposal from Schleiermacher’s Glaubenslehre“, Harvard Theological Review 107.3 (2014): 290-313.

“Melchizedek as Exemplar for Kingship in Twelfth-Century Political Thought”, History of Political Thought, 31.4 (2010): 557-575.

“’Fullness of the Spirit’ and ‘Fullness of Catholicity’ in Ecclesial Communion”, International Journal of Systematic Theology, 11.3 (2009): 271-292.

“Instruments of Faith and Unity in Canon Law: The Church of Nigeria constitutional revision of 2005”, Ecclesiastical Law Journal, 10.2 (2008): 161-173.

“The Johannine Logic of Augustine’s Trinity: a dogmatic sketch”Theological Studies 68.3 (2007): 572-594.

Book Chapters:

“Definitions of Religion in Classical Sociology: Intramundane Relations of Transcendence in Durkheim and Weber” in International Handbook of Sociology and Christianity (Routledge, forthcoming 2023)

with Shawn Goodwin, “Topic Modeling as a Tool for Resource Discovery” in Shifting Stacks (Atla, 2020)

“Reflexivity and the Ambiguities of Transcultural Communication” in What Does Theology Do, Actually?, ed. Matthew Robinson and Inja InderstEvangelische Verlagsanstalt (2020). 

“Making Our Information Ecosystem Explicit” in Information Literacy and Theological Librarianship: Theory and Practice, ed. Bobby Smiley. (Atla Press, 2019), pp. 33-46.

“The Anglican Covenant and Anglicanorum Coetibus” in Pro Communione: Theological Essays on the Anglican Covenant, ed. Benjamin Guyer (Pickwick, 2012).

“Instruments of Faith and Unity in Canon Law: The Church of Nigeria constitutional revision of 2005”, in Ecumenical Ecclesiology: Unity, Diversity and Otherness in a Fragmented World, ed. Gesa Elsbeth Thiessen, (T&T Clark, 2009), pp. 190-204. [reprinting of EccLJ article]

Other Writings

“Introduction,” Documenting Religions special issue of Journal of Religious and Theological Information (2022): 1-4.

Interview with Jayeel Cornelio in Theology & Society (March 2022)

Interview with Willa Swenson-Lengyel in Theology & Society (January 2022)

“Liberalism’s Interest in Theology” in Marginalia Review of Books (December 2021)

with Shawn Goodwin, “Latour’s Hotel Keys: An Actor-Network Ontology” in Proceedings from the North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization 8 (2021).

“The Crisis of Historicism as a Crisis of Deep History”  and “Retelling the Human Story” in Genealogies of Modernity August 2021.

with Matthew Ryan Robinson and Hadje C. Sadje, “Documenting and Describing the Transcultural: Qualitative Research in Theological Communication” in Atla Summary of Proceedings 2020, pp. 162-173.

“Measuring the Apocalypse” in Sightings, March 26, 2020.

“Secularism as a New Religion” in Marginalia Review of Books, November 15, 2019.

“Is the Climate Crisis a Secular Eschatology?” in Sightings October 3, 2019.

with Shawn Goodwin, “Indexing the Theologico-Political” in ATLA Summary of Proceedings 2018, pp. 162-172.

“Islam and the Art of the Cross” in Marginalia Review of Books, February 1, 2019.

“Framing Authority in Theological Libraries” in ATLA Summary of Proceedings 2017, pp. 39-48.

“Reference, Reading, and Non-Reading: Learning from Bayard (with a grain of salt)” in C&RL News 78.10 (2017), pp. 546-547.

Encyclopedia Articles:

“Libraries” and “Technology” in T&T Clark Encyclopedia of Christian Theology (forthcoming).

“Paul Carus”, “William Newton Clarke”, “Paul Tillich”, “Liberal Theology”, “Robert Ingersoll”, “John Slocum”, and “Waashat Religion” in American Religious History: Belief and Society Through Time, ed. Gary S. Smith (ABC-CLIO), 2020.

Book Reviews:

Critique Under Crisis: How People Assess, Transform, and Respond to Critical Situations, Didier Fassin and Axel Honneth, eds. in Philosophy in Review (forthcoming)

Shellie Poe, The Constructive Promise of Schleiermacher’s Theology in International Journal of Systematic Theology (forthcoming)

Wes Jackson and Robert Jensen, An Inconvenient Apocalypse: Environmental Collapse, Climate Crisis, and the Fate of Humanity in Anglican Theological Review (forthcoming)

Paul DeHart, Unspeakable Cults: An Essay in Christology in Reading Religion (2023) (fulltext available here)

James Cortada, Building Blocks of Society: History, Information Ecosystems, and Infrastructures in Libraries: Culture, History, and Society 6.2 (2022) (fulltext available here)

Demian Wheeler, Religion Within the Limits of History Alone: Pragmatic Historicism and the Future of Theology in Journal of Religion 102.2 (2022)

Rudolf Makkreel, Kant’s Worldview: How Judgment Shapes Human Comprehension in Choice Reviews 60.2 (2022)

Jeremy Best, Heavenly Fatherland: German Missionary Culture and Globalization in the Age of Empire in Choice Reviews 59.4 (2021)

John Flett and Henning Wrogemann (eds.), Questions of Context in Trinity Journal (forthcoming)

Roberto Pinzani, The Problem of Universals from Boethius to John of Salisbury in Mediaevistik 33 (2020): 356-8. (fulltext available here)

Negotiating the secular and the religious in the German empire: transnational approaches, ed. by Rebekka Habermas in Choice Reviews57.4 (2019)

Philip Ziegler, Militant Grace in Trinity Journal (2019)

Karl Barth, The Epistle to the Ephesians in Trinity Journal (2019)

Bradley Onishi, The Sacrality of the Secular: Postmodern Philosophy of Religion in Choice Reviews 56.5 (2019)

Déborah Danowski & Eduardo Viveiros De Castro, The Ends of the World in Philosophy in Review 39.3 (2019): 116-7. (fulltext available here)

Gerald Bray, The Church in Trinity Journal 39.2 (2018): 265-7.

Montserrat Herrero, Jaume Aurell, and Angela C. Micheli Stout (eds.), Political Theology in Medieval and Early Modern Europe in Mediaevisitk 31 (2018): 478-9. (fulltext available here)

Detlef Pollack and Gergely Rosta, Religion and Modernity: An International Comparison in Choice Reviews 56.1 (2018).

Peter Woodford, The Moral Meaning of Nature: Nietzsche’s Darwinian Religion and Its Critics in Reading Religion published October 2018. (fulltext available here)

Robert Orsi, History and Presence in Trinity Journal 39.1 (2018): 124-126.

Hans Blumenberg, Rigorism of Truth: “Moses the Egyptian” and Other Writings on Freud and Arendt in Reading Religion published June 2018. (fulltext available here)

Henry Allison, Lessing and the Enlightenment in Reading Religion published May 2018. (fulltext available here)

Derek Matravers, Empathy in Contributions to the History of Concepts 13.1 (2018) pp. 132-6.

John Marenbon, Pagans and Philosophers in Reading Religion published February 2018. (fulltext available here)

Timothy Larsen, Michael Ledger-Lomas (eds.), The Oxford History of Protestant Dissenting Traditions Volume III, The Nineteenth Century in Reading Religion published January 2018. (fulltext available here)

Wilfried Härle, An Outline of Christian Doctrine in Trinity Journal 38.2 (2017) pp. 262-4.

Paul Hinlicky, Divine Simplicity in Trinity Journal 38.2 (2017) pp. 269-71.

Martin Mulsow, Enlightenment Underground: Radical Germany, 1680-1720 in Reading Religion published May 2017. (fulltext available here)

Christopher Insole, The Intolerable God: Kant’s Theological Journey in International Journal of Systematic Theology 19.2 (2017) pp. 233-6.

Friedrich Schleiermacher, Christmas Dialogue, the Second Speech, and Other Selections, ed. J. Lamm in Anglican Theological Review 99.1 (2017) pp. 153-6.

Zachary Purvis, Theology and the University in Nineteenth-Century Germany in Reading Religion published December 2016. (fulltext available here)

Gregory Moule, Corporate Jurisdiction, Academic Heresy, and Fraternal Correction in the University of Paris, 1200-1400 in Mediaevistik 29 (2016) pp. 535-7. (fulltext available here)

Philippe Buc, Holy War, Martyrdom, and Terror in Mediaevisitk 28 (2015) pp. 510-12. (fulltext available here)

Sari Kivistö, The Vices of Learning: Morality and Knowledge at Early Modern Universities in Mediaevistik 28 (2015) pp. 590-1. (fulltext available here)

Gary Dorrien, Kantian Reason and Hegelian Spirit: The Idealistic Logic of Modern Theology in International Journal of Systematic Theology 17.3 (2015), pp. 327-30.

Clare Monagle, Orthodoxy and Controversy in Twelfth-Century Religious Discourse: Peter Lombard’s ‘Sentences’ and the Development of Theology in Mediaevistik 27 (2014), pp. 382-4. (fulltext available here)

Thomas E. Morrissey, Conciliarism and Church Law in the Fifteenth Century: Studies on Franciscus Zabarella and the Council of Constance in Mediaevistik 27 (2014), pp. 444-6. (fulltext available here)

J. Friedman, J.C. Hoff, and R. Chazan (eds.), The Trial of the Talmud: Paris, 1240 in Mediaevistik 27 (2014), pp. 474-5. (fulltext available here)

James M. Blythe, The Worldview and Thought of Tolomeo Fiadoni (Ptolemy of Lucca) in Mediaevistik 24 (2011), pp. 561-564. (fulltext available here)

R. Michael Allen, The Christ’s Faith: A Dogmatic Account in The Princeton Theological Review xvi.1 (2010), pp. 97-98.

Deeana Klepper, The Insight of Unbelievers: Nicholas of Lyra and Christian Reading of Jewish Text in the Later Middle Ages in Revue des Études Juives 169.1-2 (2010), pp. 254-256.

H.A.G. Houghton, Augustine’s Text of John: Patristic Citations and Latin Gospel Manuscripts in Speculum 85.1 (2010), pp. 149-151.