“Healing Memory, Ontological Intimacy, and U.S. Imprisonment: Toward a Christian Politics of ‘Good Punishment’ in Civil Society," Law & Contemporary Problems. Durham, NC: Duke University School of Law, Volume 75, Number 4, 2012. Pgs. 77–86.
"A Response and Invitation to Discernment and Open Dialogue" (aka, "Religion, Environmental Racism and the Black Body") in Violence, Transformation, and the Sacred: They Shall Be Called Children of God, College Theology Society Annual Volume 56, edited by Margaret R. Pfeil and Tobias L. Winright (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2012).
Ethics That Matters: African, Caribbean, and African American Sources, Co-Edited with Marcia Riggs (Fortress Press, 2012).
“Immanuel Kant on Categorical Imperative,” in Beyond the Pale: Reading Christian Ethics From the Margins, Eds. Miguel De La Torre and Stacey Floyd-Thomas (Westminster John Knox, 2011).
“Prisons and Prison Reform,” The Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics (Baker Academic, 2011).
“Dividing Lines: Where Prisoners Stand in the Divine Politics of Jesus,” Sojourners (February 2011).
Good Punishment? Christian Moral Practice and U.S. Imprisonment (Eerdmans, 2008).
“Liberalism, Race, and Stanley Hauerwas,” CrossCurrents (Winter 2006).
Selected Book Reviews:
Jennifer Graber, The Furnace of Affliction: Prisons & Religion in Antebellum America. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2011. Conrad Grable Review. Spring 2014, Volume 32, Number 2.
Alex Mikulich, Laurie Cassidy, and Margaret Pfeil. The Scandal of White Complicity in US Hyper-Incarceration: A Nonviolent Spirituality of White Resistance. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. The Journal of Lutheran Ethics. July/August 2013, Volume 13, No 4.
Vincent Lloyd, Editor. Race And Political Theology. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2012. Fall 2013 in Political Theology, Volume 14, No. 5.
Nonviolence: A Brief History: The Warsaw Lectures by John Howard Yoder (Baylor University Press, 2010) for Theology Today (April 2011).