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Reading Scripture Deeply, with Richard Hess (eds.). Fort Worth, TX: IRLBR, forthcoming.

“Plagiarism in Greco-Roman Antiquity,” in Christian Origins and the Formation of the Early Church, eds. Stanley Porter and Andrew Pitts. Early Christianity in its Hellenistic Context 5. Leiden: Brill, forthcoming.

“Paul and Seneca as Letter Writers,” in Paul and Seneca in Dialogue, eds. David Briones and Joey Dodson. New Testament and Ancient Philosophy Series. Leiden: Brill, forthcoming.

“Reading, Writing, and the Production and Transmission of Manuscripts” in The Background of the New Testament: An Examination of the Context of Early Christianity, eds. Joel B. Green and Lee Martin McDonald. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2013. Pp. 300-17.

“Pauline Prescripts and Greco-Roman Epistolary Convention” in Christian Origins and Greco-Roman Culture: Social and Literary Contexts for the New Testament, eds. Stanley Porter and Andrew Pitts. Early Christiantity in its Hellenistic Context 1. Leiden: Brill, 2012. Pp. 497-514.

“Will the Real Author Please Stand Up? The Author in Greco-Roman Letter Writing” in Come Let Us Reason: New Essays in Christian Apologetics, eds. Paul Copan and William Craig. Nashville: B&H Academic, 2012. Pp. 113-36.

“(Mis)Reading Paul’s Letters through Western Eyes” in Paul as Missionary: His Identity, Activity, Theology and Practice, ed. Trevor Burke, LNTS (formerly JSNTS) 420. T & T Clark, 2011. Pp. 247-63.

“An Honor/Shame Argument for Two Temple Clearings,” Trinity Journal 29, ns (2008): 19-43.

“Letters and Letter Writing,” The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, 4 vols., ed., K. D. Sakenfeld. Nashville: Abingdon, 2008. Pp. 3:638-41.

“Silvanus was not Peter’s Secretary: Theological Bias in Reading 1Pet. 5:12,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 43/3 (2000): 417-32.

“Ministering in a Tough Place: Paul’s Pattern in Thessalonica,” Southwestern Journal of Theology (Fall 1999): 17-38.

“The Codex and the Early Collection of Paul’s Letters,” Bulletin for Biblical Research 8 (1998): 151-66.

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