Published Articles & Book Chapters

• “Zange and Sorge: Two Models of ‘Concern’ in Comparative Philosophy of Religion,” in Polyphonic: Thinking about the Divine, edited by Jim Kanaris, 85–92. Amsterdam: Rodopi Press, 2013
• A Blueprint for Buddhist Revolution: The Radical Buddhism of Seno’o Girō (1889–1961) and the Youth League for Revitalizing Buddhism (2012)

• ‘Land of Kami, Land of the Dead’: Paligenesis and the Aesthetics of Religious Revisionism in Kobayashi Yoshinori’s Neo-Gōmanist Manifesto: On Yasukuni (2012)
• Awakening between Science, Art & Ethics: Variations on Japanese Buddhist Modernism, 1890–1945 (2012)
• Smashing the Mirror of Yamato: Sakaguchi Ango, Decadence and a Postmetaphysical Buddhist Critique of Culture (2011)
• Radical Buddhism, Then and Now: Prospects of a Paradox (2010)
• Sexuality, Exoticism, and Iconoclasm in the Media Age: The Strange Case of the Buddha Bikini (2010)
• Beyond Belief: Japanese Approaches to the Meaning of Religion (2010)
• The Pursuit of Tangible Happiness: Religion and Politics in a Japanese New, New Religion (2009)
• The Art of Aidagara: Ethics, Aesthetics, and the Quest for an Ontology of Social Existence in Watsuji Tetsurō’s Rinrigaku (2009)
• Marx and the Bible: José Miranda’s Critique of the Philosophy of Oppression (2008)
• The Social Principles of Jesus: A Critical Re-examination of Walter Rauschenbusch’s Social Gospel (2008)
• Faith and the Sublation of Modernity: Kierkegaard and the Transformation of Fideism (2007)
• Parameters of Reform and Unification in Modern Japanese Buddhist Thought: Murakami Senshō and Critical Buddhism (2005)
• Eros and Transgression in an Age of Immanence: Georges Bataille’s (Religious) Critique of Kinsey (1999)
• Córdoban Discourses: A Drama of Interreligious Dialogue (1999)

Unpublished Essays

• Aesthetics, Ascetics, Erotics, Ethics: A Meditation
• Agony at Jabbok: Freedom and Suffering in the Ethics and Politics of Christian Nonviolence
• Anā G. Ārjuna in Wonderland, or, Avidyā-gita (Song of the Confused)
• The Art of Phenomenology and its Implications for the Study of Religion
• Between Marx & Nietzsche: The Limits of (Sexual) Liberation in Foucault’s History of Sexuality, Vol. 1
• Christ and the Cactus: A Study of Peyotism among the Canadian Sioux
• The Crisis of the Belle Âme: Solipsism and Communicability in Expressivist Poetics
• Critical Hermeneutics as a Paradigm for Comparativism: Insights from Japanese Thought
• Ethics and the Earth: The Use and Limits of Moral Philosophy for Environmental Ethics
• Foucault’s Dandy: Constructive Selfhood in the Last Writings of Michel Foucault
• Freedom and Risk: An Analysis of Christian Anarchism and Creative Ethics
In Praise of Folly: The Hegemony of Reason and the Assimilation of Comic Folly
• The Naïveté of a Strong Heart: Nietzsche’s Antipodal Theology as a Response to Nihilism
• ‘No Wealth But Life’: Art & Nature in Left Cultural Politics from Kant to the Frankfurt School
• 100 Years of Orthodoxy: A Centenary Review of G. K. Chesterton’s Classic
• The Organ of Theopathy: John Ludlow and the Emergence of British Christian Socialism
La Razón Vital: Reason and the Arts in the Social Theory of José Ortega y Gasset
• Rhythmic Groves: Romanticism and Modal Theology
• Roots of Modern Faith: Fundamentalism, Fideism, and the Legacy of Erasmus
• A Sacrifice to Athena: Oikos and Polis in Sophoclean Drama
Soma and Sauton: Teilhard, Foucault and the New Asceticism of Margaret Miles
• The Sound of (Theological) Science: T. F. Torrance between Barth and Barthes, Calvin and Calvino
• Styles of Transcendence: A Genealogy of Faith in Modern Europe
• “These Women Murder”: Sexual Politics in Sade and The Bacchae of Euripides
• Thoreau’s Lengthening Shadow: Pacifism and the Legacy of Civil Disobedience
• Threshold Thinking: Pragmatism and Interreligious Dialogue
• The Tragedy of a Freely Given Love: Images of Divinity in Tolstoy and Dostoevsky
• Treatment of Difference: John B. Cobb and the Logic of soku-hi
• The Way and the Word: Speech and Silence in Daoism and the Zen Kōan
• The Way of the Sword: Japanese Buddhist Justifications During World War II