The Labors of a Godly and Learned Divine, William Perkins. Including Previously Unpublished Sermons. Edited by Matthew N. Payne, & J. Stephen Yuille. Grand Rapids: Reformation Heritage Books, forthcoming 2022.
The Theology of William Perkins. Edited by Joel R. Beeke, Matthew N. Payne, & J. Stephen Yuille. Grand Rapids: Reformation Heritage Books, forthcoming 2022.
(Editor and contributor of chapter: ‘Sin and Grace’)
Academic Journal Articles
‘Is it not Dangerous to Say a Person may Fall from Grace?’: The Doctrine of Perseverance in Reformation Anglican Theology’. The Global Anglican 135/3 (2021): forthcoming.
[formerly The Churchman]
‘William Perkins’s Doctrines of Faith and Assurance through the Lens of Early-Modern Faculty Psychology’. Westminster Theological Journal (2021): forthcoming.
‘Post-Crisis Assurance and the ‘Tests of Life’ Reading of 1 John’. Reformed Theological Review 80/2 (August 2021): 133-154.
‘The Doctrines of Election and Perseverance in 1 Thessalonians 1-3’. Reformed Theological Review 79/1 (April 2020): 17-37.
Advanced Theological Studies Fellowship (ATSF), June 2020 / June 2021. Theological University of the Reformed Churches, Kampen (Netherlands). [CANCELLED due to COVID]
‘The Elect, the Parish, and the Ordered Society: William Perkins’ Puritan Vision for Late-Elizabethan Society, Church, & Nation.’
19 March 2022
Evangelical History Association Conference
‘What Story Should I be Telling? Framing a Narrative Context for the English Church of the 1590s.’
21 November 2019
University of Sydney History Conference
‘John Whitgift and the Theological Boundaries of the English Church’
28 August 2019
Reformation Anglicanism Symposium
Moore Theological College, Sydney.
‘The Progress of Grace in the Faculties of the Soul: Faith & Assurance in the Theology of William Perkins’.
14 July 2018
Theology Connect Conference, Sydney
Academic Book Reviews
Review of: Stephen Hampton, Grace and Conformity: The Reformed Conformist Tradition and the Early Stuart Church of England. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021) in Themelios (forthcoming, 2022).
Review of: Kristen Macfarlane, Biblical Scholarship in an Age of Controversy: The Polemical World of Hugh Broughton (1549-1612) (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021) in The Global Anglican (forthcoming, 2022).
Review of: Michael J. Lynch, John Davenant’s Hypothetical Universalism: A Defense of Catholic and Reformed Orthodoxy (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021) in The Global Anglican (forthcoming, 2022).
Review of: Baird Tipson, Inward Baptism: The Theological Origins of Evangelicalism (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020) in The Global Anglican (forthcoming, 2021).
Review of: Joel R. Beeke, Puritan Reformed Theology (Grand Rapids: Reformed Heritage Books, 2020) in The Global Anglican (forthcoming, 2021).
Review of: Yarran Johnston, Enamoured with Piety: Godliness as the Pervading Theme in the Thought and Ministry of Thomas Watson (c.1620-1686) (Studies in Reformed Thought 1. Lansvale: Tulip Publishing, 2020) in Evangelical Quarterly 92/3 (2021): 288-90.
Review of: Richard A. Muller, Grace and Freedom: William Perkins and the Early Modern Reformed Understanding of Free Choice and Divine Grace. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020) in The Journal of Ecclesiastical History 72/3 (July, 2021): 666-667.
Review Article of: Joel R. Beeke & Derek W.H. Thomas (gen. eds.), The Works of William Perkins (10 vols; Grand Rapids: Reformed Heritage Books, 2014-2020) in Themelios 46/1 (2021): 205-8. [online]
Review of: David D. Hall, The Puritans: A Transatlantic History. (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2019), &
Michael P. Winship, Hot Protestants: A History of Puritanism in England and America. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2018) in The Global Anglican 135/2 (2021): 84-5.
Review of: William Peter Stephens, The Theology of Heinrich Bullinger. (eds. Joe Mock & Jim West. Reformed Historical Theology 59. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2019) in The Journal of Ecclesiastical History 72/2 (April, 2021): 420-2.
Review of: Jay T. Collier, Debating Perseverance: The Augustinian Heritage in Post-Reformation England. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018) in Sixteenth Century Journal (2020): TBA.
Review of: Green, Samuel. Where to Start with Islam: A New Approach to Engaging with Muslim Friends. Kingsford: Matthias Media, 2019) in Reformed Theological Review 79/2 (August 2020): 151-2.
Review of: Godfrey, W. Robert. Saving the Reformation: The Pastoral Theology of the Canons of Dort. (Orlando: Reformation Trust, 2019) in Themelios 45/1 (2020): 164-5. [online]
December 2019. Review of: Gerald L. Bray, Doing Theology with the Reformers. (Downers Grove: Inter-Varsity Press, 2019) in Themelios 44/3 (2019): 587-9. [online]
July 2019. Review of: W.B. Patterson, Thomas Fuller: Discovering England’s Religious Past. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018) in The Journal of Ecclesiastical History 70/3 (July, 2019): 644-645.
April 2019. Review of: Joel R. Beeke, Debated Issues in Sovereign Predestination: Early Lutheran Predestination, Calvinian Reprobation, and Variations in Genevan Lapsarianism. (Reformed Historical Theology 42. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2017) in Themelios 44/1 (2019): 156-8. [online]
Some of my work can be found on academia.edu