• Bavinckiana digitalia: A Review Essay,” Bavinck Review 4 (2013): 51–63. (Academia; blog; PDF)
  • “Neither ‘Copernican’ nor ‘Van Tilian’: Re-Reading Cornelius Van Til’s Reformed Apologetics in light of Herman Bavinck’s Reformed Dogmatics,” Bavinck Review 2 (2011): 71–95. (Academia; PDF)
  • “Not Subtle Enough: An Assessment of Modern Scholarship on Herman Bavinck’s Reformulation of the Pactum Salutis Contra ‘Scholastic Subtlety,’” Mid-America Journal of Theology 22 (2011): 89–106. (Academia; blog; PDF)
  • “Psalm 36,” Outlook 61, no. 4 (July–August 2011): 6–9. (Academia; PDF)
  • “The Holy Spirit’s Role in John Owen’s ‘Covenant of the Mediator’ Formulation: A Case Study in Reformed Orthodox Formulations of the Pactum Salutis,” Puritan Reformed Journal 4, no. 1 (2012): 91–115. (Academia; blog; PDF)
  • Via Media or Tertium Quid?: A Critical Examination of Meredith G. Kline’s Interpretation of rûah elōhîm in Genesis 1:2,” Stromata 51 (2010): 17–36. (Academia; PDF)




ThM thesis

  • “Kees Van Til als Nederlandse-Amerikaanse, Neo-Calvinistisch-Presbyteriaan apologeticus: An Analysis of Cornelius Van Til’s Presupposition of Reformed Dogmatics with special reference to Herman Bavinck’s Gereformeerde Dogmatiek.” ThM thesis. Grand Rapids, MI: Calvin Theological Seminary, 2011. (Academia; PDF; WorldCat; TREN)


  • Associate editor for the Bavinck Review, a peer-reviewed journal published by the Bavinck Institute at Calvin Theological Seminary from 2009–2017.
  • Research assistant for John R. Muether, Cornelius Van Til: Reformed Apologist and Churchman, American Reformed Biographies (Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 2008).

Unpublished papers

  • “Categorical Rejection and Calculated Reformulation: A Demythologizing Reappraisal of Karl Barth’s “Mythological” Rejection of the Pactum Salutis” (PDF)
  • “On the proper metaethical distinction between
    the divine command and natural law theories of ethics” (PDF)


  • Christian Encounter with Islam, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, FL, Fall 2012 (Academia; PDF)