“Inerrancy, Canonicity, Preservation and Textual Criticism,” in The Inerrant Word: Biblical, Historical, Theological, and Pastoral Perspectives, ed. John MacArthur (Crossway, forthcoming)

“The Origin and Authority of the Biblical Canon” in the ESV Doctrine for Life Bible, eds. Robert Peterson and Dane Ortlund (Crossway, forthcoming).

“Heresy: New Testament” in The Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception (Berlin: De Gruyter, forthcoming).

“Inerrancy: Why Its Essential,” Tabletalk 39:3 (2015): 22-25.

“New Testament Textual Criticism,” in The Reformation Study Bible, R.C. Sproul, ed. (Reformation Trust, 2015), 2369-2371.

“Origen’s List of New Testament Books in Hom. Josh. 7.1: A Fresh Look,” in Chris Keith and Deiter T. Roth, eds., Mark, Manuscripts, and Monotheism: Essays in Honor of Larry W. Hurtado (T&T Clark, 2014).

“The Difference Between Original Autographs and Original Texts,” May 15, 2013, Gospel Coalition website.

“Apocrypha and Canon in Early Christianity,” March 28, 2013, Gospel Coalition website.

“Sola Scriptura,” Tabletalk 36 (2012): 6-9.

“A Roundtable Discussion with Michael Licona on The Resurrection of Jesus: A New Historiographical Approach,”  Southeastern Theological Review 3 (2012): 71-98.

“The Definition of the Term ‘Canon’: Exclusive or Multi-Dimensional?,” Tyndale Bulletin 63 (2012): 1-20.

“Deconstructing Canon: Recent Challenges to the Origins and Authority of the New Testament Writings,” in Did God Really Say?, ed. David B. Garner (Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 2012), 49-70.

“The Date and Content of P. Antinoopolis 12 (0232),” New Testament Studies 58 (2012): 254-271.

“Early Christian Attitudes Towards the Reproduction of Texts,” in The Early Text of the New Testament, eds. Charles E. Hill and Michael J. Kruger (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), 63-80.

“Manuscripts, Scribes, and Book Production within Early Christianity,” in Christian Origins and Classical Culture: Social and Literary Contexts for the New Testament, eds. Stanley E. Porter and Andrew W. Pitts (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2012), 15-40.

“The Return of the King: Exploring the Kingdom of God in Jesus’ Inaugural Sermon” Modern Reformation, 20 (2011): 25-29.

“Textual Criticism: The Achilles Heel of Inerrancy?” Modern Reformation 19:2 (2010): 41-44.

“Papyrus Oxyrhynchus 840” in The Non-Canonical Gospels, ed. Paul Foster (London: Continuum/T&T Clark, 2008), 151-162.

“How Do We Know We Have the Right Books?” Modern Reformation  16:2 (2007): 30-31.

“Bridging the Gap Between New Testament and Textual Criticism: The Legacy of T.C. Skeat,” The Expository Times 116 (2005): 374-376.

“P.Oxy. 840: Amulet or Miniature Codex?” Journal of Theological Studies 53 (2002): 81- 94.

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