Polite Lies: The Politics and Theology of English Bible Translation, anticipated completion in 2016.
A Journey through Languages: How Understanding Translation Processes Can Guide Our Reading of the Old Testament, anticipated completion in 2018.
Numbers. Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 5, Second Edition. A major commentary project under contract with Zondervan, anticipated completion in 2021.
Essays in process
“Translation, Rhetoric, and the ‘Literal’ Word of God,” a piece of public scholarship on the rhetoric assocatiated with the theology, production, and marketing of major Bible translations.
“Beyond Equivalence: Ideology and Power in Biblical Translation,” a scholarly article that will be submitted for journal consideration in May.
“Jeremiah Today,” a chapter in an edited volume on Jeremiah for The World of the Bible series (edited by Jim West; Bayarde Press), forthcoming 2015.
“American English Bible Translation,” in The Oxford Handbook of the Bible in America, edited by Paul Gutjahr, anticipated completion in 2016.
“Yahweh as the Priest of Human Sacrifice in Isaiah 30:27–33,” to be read at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature, in the section “Metaphor Theory and the Bible,” November 2015.
“Using Bible Software to Teach Translation Theory,” to be read at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature, in the section “Global Education and Research Technology,” November 2015.