I am professionally and personally interested in American evangelicalism in law, politics, the arts, and culture and its relationship to historical Christianity.
My essays arguing for marriage privatization from a religious perspective are here:
Among other things, I have written about the reasons for, and consequences of, the complete lack of evangelical Protestant Christians on the U.S. Supreme Court in recent decades. You can read some of my blog essays here:
- Are Evangelicals Underrepresented Among the Legal Elite?
- Why Are Evangelicals Underrepresented Among the Legal Elite?
- Does It Matter that Evangelicals Are Underrepresented Among the Legal Elite?
I am currently editing a volume on Christianity and Economic Regulation, which is slated to be published by Cambridge University Press.
I am also completing a book entitled Collision Course: Seven Dangerous Books that Rocked the Church and Why They Still Matter Today, which is slated for publication with Hendrickson Publishers later this year.