Metanarrative: The Bible’s One Story of Love, Truth and Beauty. Pactum Books, 2017, 100 pp. A conversational short read through the narrative arc of the entire Bible, wedded to accompanying music lyrics in the margins. A great gift for everyone, whether experienced Christians or those new to the faith.
The Legend of the Dagger Prince. Timotheos Press, 2016, 174 pp. The launch volume in a new medievalesque fantasy series, The Annals of Adamah. Fiction suitable for all ages. Honor, justice, courage, all wrapped in a package of twists and turns. You can buy it on Amazon here.
Paul's Travail: a Reintroduction to Galatians. Pactum Reformanda, 2013, 309 pp + front matter (paperback / digital bundle [Kindle, Epub, PDF]). The culmination of many years of study in Galatians, this is a commentary written at the scholarly and pastoral level. I hope eventually to complete a lay level commentary on Galatians, and am also working on a very easy-reading, non-technical book on Christian living that is largely based on the letter, as well.
Moniyaw. Grande Prairie, AB: Timotheos Press, 2012, 110 pp (paperback / Kindle). My first published fiction. Moniyaw is the story of a hotshot, urbane young architect from Vancouver who discovers a different world when he is sent for a project to a remote Indian reserve in northern Alberta. You can buy it from amazon.com here.
Sermons on Galatians. Grande Prairie, AB: Pactum Reformanda, 2012, 304 pp (paperback / ebook). Published form of 35 sermons preached in Grande Prairie between 2006-2011. Intended as a supplement/companion volume to my forthcoming commentary on Galatians, Paul's Travail: A Reintroduction to Galatians. You can buy Sermons on Galatians at amazon.com.
These Are Two Covenants: Reconsidering Paul on the Mosaic Law. Grande Prairie, AB: Pactum Reformanda, 2010, 103 pp (paperback) / 101 pp (ebook). Written summer 2004; lightly revised in 2007. An extensive survey of the function of the law in Paul's writings. This small book is now available in both ebook (PDF) and paperback formats. Foreword by Rich Lusk. Click here to buy the paperback at amazon.com.
Feed My Lambs: Why the Lord's Table Should Be Restored to Covenant Children. Grande Prairie, AB: Pactum Reformanda, 2002, 220 pp. My first full-length book to be published. A comprehensive overview of the question of paedocommunion, including a lengthy exposition of 1 Corinthians 11.17-34 and extensive interaction with objections.
Reforming the Modern Church was my first completed book manuscript. It addressed practical church issues such as office, membership, discipline, and so on, in light of a covenantal mindset. It was never formally published, but most of it has found its way to the public eye in the form of essays at the Biblical Studies Center. I have also heard of at least one church that was using the book as a study text for a membership class. I guess you never know where even unpublished material will end up if you show it to friends!
"Judah's Life from the Dead: The Gospel of Romans 11." In The Glory of Kings: A Festschrift in Honor of James B. Jordan, Peter Leithart and John Barach, editors (Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2011).
"The Kingdom of God and Children at the Table." (In The Case for Covenant Communion, pp. 35-47. (Athanasius Press, 2006.) A brief (5000 words) overview on paedocommunion, with special focus upon the subject in the light of the kingdom of God.
"A Response to Leonard Coppes Regarding Feed My Lambs." (In The Confessional Presbyterian, volume 2 , pp. 199-205.)
"A Reply to Dr Cornelis Venema on Paedocommunion." (In The Confessional Presbyterian, volume 3 , pp. 242-247.) A continuation of the interaction with Coppes; Venema had stepped into the discussion when Coppes declined to interact further.
Much of my written work is not in "hard copy," but is available on the web. This material comprises dozens of articles; these can largely be found on my various web sites. (See the "Other Sites" navigation bar on this page.)