Catholic Answers, 2020 – Author
TAN Books, 2018 – Contributor
Mind, Heart, and Soul is a Surprised by Truth for a new generation. In a series of fascinating interviews, a cradle Catholic (Robert P. George) and an adult convert (R. J. Snell), offer the stories of sixteen converts, each a public intellectual or leading voice in their respective fields, and each making a significant contribution to the life of the Church. It will reinvigorate the faith of Catholics and answer questions or address hurdles those discerning entering the Church may have…by people have had the same questions and the same road.
Ignatius, 2016 – Editor and Author
What is leading many Evangelical seminary graduates and professors to risk losing their jobs, ministries, and sometimes even family and friends, to embrace the Catholic teachings they once rejected? Speculation over this phenomena has been rampant and, unfortunately, often dismissive and misguided. For those who really wish to know the truth, the stories of these converts is now being told by those who know them best – the converts themselves. Here is a collection of personal journeys as well as discussions of the main issues each had to face along the way, such as the nature of the biblical canon, the identification of Christian orthodoxy, and the Protestant doctrines of Sola Scriptura (“Scripture Alone”) and Sola Fide (“Faith Alone”) which they once held and taught.
LeanPub, 2015 – Coauthor
An e-book put together with my friend Devin Rose, Bumper Sticker Catholicism contains numerous condensed (3 sentences or less) arguments for the Catholic faith. Great as a “cheat sheet” or memory refresher when speaking with Protestant friends.
Holman, 2010 & 2017 – Contributor
My article “Does God Care About My Entertainment Choices?” explores making godly entertainment choices.
Pleasant Word, 2009 & WestBowPress, 2014 – Contributor
In my Evangelical days, I was a regular contributor to Got Questions? – a popular website that answers questions (anonymously) from an evangelical perspective. The articles in this volume, are compiled from those questions. Mine include “Is the Deity of Christ Biblical,” “Did Jesus exist,” and others.
Loyola, 2006 – Contributor
In a book with contributions from Pope Benedict XVI, Peggy Noonan, Robert Ellsberg, Thomas Lynch, John Allen, and twenty-two others, my chapter (The Existence of Chuck Norris) is a Thomistic take on Chuck Norris jokes.