Darald and Juliet Libby Professor
Ethics at the Edges of Law: Christian Ethics and the American Legal Tradition (Oxford University Press, forthcoming).
Prophecy without Contempt: Religious Rhetoric in the Public Square (Harvard University Press, 2016).
A Culture of Engagement: Law, Religion, and Morality (Georgetown University Press, Moral Traditions Series, 2016).
Law’s Virtues: Fostering Autonomy and Solidarity in American Society (Georgetown University Press, Moral Traditions Series, 2012-winner of a first place award in “Faithful Citizenship” from the Catholic Press Association).
“Love, Justice and Law: The Strange Case of Watts v. Watts,” in Frederick V. Simmons and Brian C. Sorrells, eds., Love and Christian Ethics: Engagements with Tradition, Theory, and Society (forthcoming, Georgetown University Press).
“Response to Kevin Flannery,” forthcoming, American Journal of Jurisprudence.
“Law and Christian Ethics: Signposts for a Fruitful Conversation” (2015 Presidential Address), Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics, vol. 3, no. 2 (fall/winter 2015): 3–32.
“Mercy for the Remarried: What the Church Can Learn from Civil Law,” in The Canon Law Society of Great Britain and Ireland Newsletter (September 2015): 11–18 (reprinted from Commonweal).
“Mercy, Justice, and Law: Can Legal Concepts Help Foster New Life?,” in George Augustin and Rainer Kirchdörfer, eds., Familie: Auslaufmodell oder Garant unserer Zukunft (Herder, 2014), 298–312.
“From A Heart of Stone to a Heart of Flesh: Toward an Epideictic Rhetoric of Natural Law,” in John Berkman and William C. Mattison III, eds., Searching for a Universal Ethic: Multidisciplinary, Ecumenical, and Interfaith Responses to the Catholic Natural Law Tradition (Eerdmans, 2014), 229–38.
“The Remnants of Theocracy: The Puritans, the Jeremiad, and the Contemporary Culture Wars,” Law, Culture and the Humanities 9:1 (2013): 59–70.
“Hauerwas and the Law: Is there a Basis for Conversation?,” Law & Contemporary Problems, 75:4 (2012): 135–60.
“The Spirit of Vatican II and Moral Theology: Evangelium Vitae as a Case Study,” in James Heft and John O’Malley, eds., After Vatican II: Trajectories and Hermeneutics (Eerdmans, 2012), 43–67.