2000. Systematic Theology. Communities of Informed Judgment: The Significance of John Henry Newman’s Notion of the Illative Sense for Issues in Theological Prolegomena. Associate Professor of Theology, Abilene Christian University (as of September 2009).
2000. Systematic Theology. The Being and Nature of God in the Theology of Wolfhart Pannenberg. Chief Operating Officer, Sojourners (as of September 2009).
2000. Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. Old Testament Law and the Possibility of Justice: Double Laws and the Actuality of Injustice. Senior Lecturer in Biblical Studies: Hebrew Bible & OT, United Theological College, Sidney, Australia (as of September 2009).
2000. Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. Dynamics of Diselection: Ambiguity and Ethnic Identity in Genesis 12-36. Associate Professor of Religion, Pepperdine University (as of September 2009).
2000. Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. The Speeches of Elihu in the Book of Job: Reading the First Reader. Senior Associate Pastor, United Methodist Church (as of September 2009).
2000. History of Christian Tradition. The Mark of Cain and the Jews: Augustine’s Theology of Jews and Judaism. Associate Professor of Religion & Department Chair, Columbia College, SC (as of September 2009).
2001. History of Christian Tradition. Divine Suffering/Impassibility in Patristic Theology with Special Reference to Cyril of Alexandria's Doctrine of the Incarnation. Associate Professor of theology, University of St. Thomas (as of September 2009).
2002. History of Christian Tradition. St. Ambrose’s Theology of Integrity. Elder, United Methodist Church (as of September 2009).
2002. Religious Ethics. The Ethics of Animal Experimentation: A Critical Analysis and Constructive Christian Proposal. Associate Professor of Theology, Alvernia University (as of September 2009).
2003. Systematic Theology. Yves Congar’s Vision of Ecclesiality: Pneumatological Development and Ecumenical Promise. Associate Professor in Theology, Seattle Pacific University (as of September 2009).
2004. Religious Ethics. Working Our Way Out Of Poverty: Toward An Ethic of Employment Assurance. Associate Pastor of Discipleship Ministries, United Methodist Church (as of September 2009).
2004. Religious Ethics. The Role of Religious Belief in Public Discourse: An Examination of Contemporary Theories through Analyzing the Religious Speech of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Ralph Reed. Adjunct faculty, Eastfield Community College (as of September 2009).
2004. Systematic Theology. The Trinity and the Rule of Faith in the Early Church and Seventeenth-Century England. Associate Professor of Theology & Wesleyan studies, United Theological Seminary (as of September 2009).
2004. Systematic Theology. Anti-Sensationism and Sensus Divinitatis: An Inquiry into the Foundations of Christian Belief. Assistant Professor of World Religions, Georgia Gwinnett College (as of September 2009).
2004. History of Christian Tradition. Between the Labyrinth and the Abyss: Presbyterians and Schism, 1837-1861. Chaplain and Director of Church Relations, Austin College (as of September 2009).
2004. Systematic Theology. A Critique of the Messianic Theology of Jürgen Moltmann through the Messianic Philosophy of Walter Benjamin: Staying with the Negative. Tenure-track faculty member in Religious Studies, University of Sudbury, northern Ontario (as of September 2009).
2005. Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. Arguing with God in the Wake of the Golden Calf Episode: The Rabbis Read Exodus 32. Adjunct faculty in philosphy and religion, El Centro Community College; clinical data specialist, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (as of September 2009).
2005. Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. Grounded Hebrew Semantics: A New Approach to Meaning. Independent scholar (as of September 2009).
2005. History of Christian Tradition. John Wesley's Ecclesiology: A Study in its Sources and Development. Methodist pastor and scholar (as of September 2009).
2005. Systematic Theology. Papal Infallibility as Religious Epistemology: Manning, Newman, Dulles, and Küng. Associate Professor of Religion, Harding University Graduate School of Religion (as of September 2009).
2005. New Testament. Honor Among Christians: A Reassessment of the 'Messianic Secret'. Assistant Professor of New Testament, Associate Dean for Program Development, United Theological Seminary (as of September 2009).
2006. Systematic Theology. By Grace?: An “Economy” of Atonement. Assistant Professor of Theology & Religion, Coordinator of Peace & Conflict Studies Program, Messiah College (as of September 2009).
2006. Systematic Theology. Turning to Religious Others: Visions and Blindspots in Modern Christian Reflection about Non-Christians. Adjunct faculty in Christian theology, Brite Divinity School; research associate, Progressive Christian Center of the South (as of September 2009).
2007. Religious Ethics. Sin, Guilt, Justice, and War: Paul Ramsey and Reinhold Niebuhr on the Moral Framework for Just War Thought. Assistant Professor, Central Methodist University (as of September 2009).
2007. Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. Justice Prescribed and Personified: Toward a Biblical Theology of Justice. Adjunct faculty in religion, Texas Christian University (as of September 2009).
2007. New Testament. Circumcision as a Malleable Symbol: Treatments of Circumcision in Philo, Paul, and Justin Martyr. Assistant Professor, Religious Studies Program and Liberal Studies Program, University of Oklahoma (as of September 2009).
2007. History of Christian Tradition. Church and Reunion in the Theology of Sergii Bulgakov and Georges Florovsky, 1925-1940. President and Ruediger and Gerlinde Minor Professor of Evangelism, Russia United Methodist Seminary (as of September 2009).
2008. Religious Ethics. An Intersection of Societies: American Muslims, Islamic Law and U.S. Courts in Conflict. Assistant Professor of Comparative Religious Studies, Texas Wesleyan University (as of September 2009).
2009. Systematic Theology. Constructing Solidarity: A Theology of Liberation. Adjunct faculty, Meredith College (as of September 2009).
2009. Systematic Theology. The Trinitarian Theology of Hans Urs von Balthasar and Theodicy. High school instructor in theology (as of September 2009).
2009. New Testament. Keeping the Feast: Metaphors of Sacrifice in First Corinthians and Philippians. Episcopal priest (as of December 2009).
2009. Religious Ethics. Between Martyrdom and Christendom: A Consideration of Contemporary Family and Public Life Rooted in the Thought of Gregory of Nazianzus. Corporate ethics officer, Doctors-in-Training (as of February 2011).
2010. Religious Ethics. An Analysis of the Political and Moral Implications of “Mestizaje” for Michael Walzer’s Conception of Civic Community in the United States. Assistant Professor of Religion, Concordia University, Austin (as of May 2010).
2010. Pure American Evangelism: The Understanding and Practice of Evangelism in the Home Missions of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1865 – 1920. E. Stanley Jones Assistant Professor in Evangelism, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary (as of May 2010).
2010. Perichoretic Eternality: God's Relationship to Time in Karl Barth's Church Dogmatics. Pastor, Reformed Church.
2010. Women, Work, and Reinhold Niebuhr: A Feminist Understanding of Sin. Lecturer, University of Georgia (as of May 2011).
2011. Critical Theories of Embodiment and Trinitarian Theologies: Mapping a Trajectory for Theological Responsibility in the Quest for Embodied Justice. Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, Kentucky Wesleyan College. (as of September 2012)
2011. The Role of Light in the Theology of Thomas Aquinas. Assistant Professor, Our Lady of the Lake College (as of September 2011).
2012. Methodist Fire, Baptist Water: A Socio-Historical Description of the Practices of Christian Initiation in A.M.E. Churches of Jamaica. Candidate for office of Archivist/Historian, A.M.E. Church. (summer 2012)
2012. Christian Faithfulness and Public Theologies within a Liberal, Multicultural Society. Adjunct Professor, Perkins School of Theology. (as of August 2012)
2012. Religion, Economics, and Aesthetics: On the Production of Beauty in Economics and Religion. Visiting Scholar, Southwestern College, 2012-2013. (as of August 2012)
2012. The Early Methodist Band Meeting: Its Origin, Development, and Significance. Assistant Professor of Wesley Studies, Seattle Pacific University. (as of January 2012)