2015. Government II, New Testament. Pages 723-726 in EBR 10.
2015. “The Roman Trial Against Paul according to Acts 21–28.” Pages 187-200 in The Last Years of Paul : Essays from the Tarragona Conference, June 2013. Edited by Armand Puig i Tàrrech, John M.G. Barclay, and Jörg Frey. Tubingen: Mohr.
2014. “Beyond the Fourfold Gospel: A Critical Reading of Francis Watson’s Gospel Writing: A Canonical Perspective”. JSNT 37.2: 201-209.
2014. “Exploring the Dynamic Relationship between Mission and Ethics in Luke-Acts.” Pages 151-170 in Sensitivity towards Outsiders. Edited by Jakobus (Kobus) Kok, Tobias Nicklas, Dieter T. Roth, and Christopher M. Hays. Tübingen: Mohr.
2014. “Paul and Mark – Mark and Paul: A Critical Outline of the History of Research.” Pages 51-61 in Mark and Paul: Comparative Essays Part II: For and Against Pauline Influence on Mark. Edited by Eve-Marie Becker, Troels Engberg-Pedersen, and Mogens Müller. BZNW 199. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
2010. “A German Landscape: Currents and Credits of New Testament Studies in Germany during the past Decades.” Pages 116-128 in Secularism and Biblical Studies. Edited by Roland Boer. London: Equinox.
2010. “The Probability of a Pauline Travel to Spain in Light of the Roman Law.” Pages 113-131 in Pau, Fructuós i el cristianisme prmitiu a Tarragona (Segles I-VIII) : Actes del Congrés de Tarragona (19-21 de Juny de 2008). Edited by Josep M. Gavaldà Ribot, Andreu Munoz Melgar, and Armand Puig i Tàrrech. Biblioteca Tàrraco d‘Arqueologia 6. Tarragona: Fundació Privada Liber.
2009. “Apologetics III. New Testament.” Pages 426-431 in EBR 2.
2009. “Appeal to Caesar.” Pages 511-515 in EBR 2.
2008. “The Portrayal of Paul’s outer appearance in the Acts of Paul and Thecla: Re-Considering the Correspondence between Body and Personality in Ancient Literature.” Religion and Theology 15/3-4: 252-279.
2006. “A German Landscape: Currents and Credits of Biblical Studies in Germany during the Past Decades.” SBL-Forum 4/6. (see here).
2005. “Women, Magic and Angels: On the Emancipation of Job’s Daughters in the Apocryphal Testament of Job.” Pages 85-103 in Bodies in Question: Gender, Religion, Text. Aldershot: Ashgate.