- Don Liebert: "The Corinthian Correspondence"
- Arlin Migliazzo: "A Social History of Purrysburgh, South Carolina, 1732-1792"
- Ronald Pyle: "Preaching and the Stewardship of Rhetoric"
- Katheen Storm: "Assumptions in Student Development: Pragmatism and other Premises"
- Laurie Lamon: "The Poetry of Witness"
- Susan Mabry: "Finding Guidance for Ethics and Moral Responsibilities in Computing Technologies from a Christian Perspective"
- Adrian Teo: "Understanding Human Nature: Contributions from Christian Theology and Empirical Psychology"
- Keith Wyma: "Comparison of Models of Weak-Willed Action"
- Pamela Corpron Parker: "Spiritual Enlightenment: The Rhetoric of Religion in the Works of British Women Writers"
- Jack Burns: "Chaos Theory and Leadership"
- Dr. David Holt: "The Veil Revisited: What Relative Intermarriage Rates May Tell Us About the Causes and Status of Black-White Relations"
- Dr. Gerald Sittser: "Spiritual Roots"
- James Edwards: "Is Jesus the Only Savior?"
- Scott Kolbo and Mr. Gordon Wilson: "Shared Space: Culture, Alienation and Marginality"
- John Yoder: "Palestinian Political Leadership During the Pre-Monarchic Period"
- Noelle Wiersma: "Metaphors for College Student Development"
- Pamela Corpron Parker: "Literary Tourism and the Woman Writer"
- Kirk Westre: "Servant Leadership in Sport"
- Bendi Benson Schrambach: "Baudelaire, Moralist"
- Michael Tidwell: "When the Volunteer Won't Volunteer: A Social Identity Model of Volunteerism and Tithing within
- Julia Stronks: “Murdock Lives of Commitment Grant”
- Laurie Lamon: "Poetry Writing, and the Study of Poetry of Witness and Faith"
- Karin Heller: "Luther's Doctrine on Marriage in an Ecumenical Perspective"
- Gerald Sittser: "Reading Spiritual Biographies as Written Icons"
- Richard Strauch: "Christianity, Wagnerism, and a Reception History of Parsifal"
- Susan Mabry: "Divine through Eyes of Applied Science"
- Jim McPherson: "Unholy Trinity: The News Media, the Religious Right and the Conservative Movement"
- Ron Pyle: "Communication and the Ministry of Relationships"
- Melissa Sprenkle
- Gordon Wilson: “Survivors”
- Karla Morgan: “Trust, Testosterone, and Christian Commitment”
- Finn Pond
- Angeles Aller
- Nadine Chapman: “The Poet's Vision: Linguistic Imagination, Ethics, and Servant-leadership Theory”
- Alan C. Mikkelson: "Discussing Religion: Understanding Communicative Practices Associated with Positive and Negative Interactions"
- DJames B. Hunt: “John Muir’s 1,000-Mile Walk through the South in 1867”
- Laurie J. Lamon: “Broken Geography: A Struggle Between Two Memories: A Study of Contemporary Palestinian and Israeli Poetry, in Conjunction with Poetry Writing."
- Patricia Bruininks: "The Temporal Nature of Hope"
- Gordon Jackson: “Censorship: The Stone in the Shoe of a Democratic Society”
- Dinorah Scott:
- Noel Wescombe: “Reproductive Success: Evolutionary Psychology and Biblical Theology”
- Julia Stronks: "So You Want to be a Christian Lawyer?"
- Keith Beebe:Conference paper (Third Annual Baylor Symposium on Faith & Culture, October 8-10, 2009): "Converted at Cambuslang: Experimental Religion in Scotland's Age of Reason," Journal article (expanded version of the Baylor paper): "Converted at Cambuslang: Experimental Religion in Scotland's Age of Reason. Forthcoming book (for Scottish History Society): The McCulloch 'Examinations' of the Cambuslang Revival (1742): A Critical Edition
- Frank Caccavo: “The Effect of Diet on the Composition of Fecal Bacteria in an Alaskan Husky Sled Dog”
- Laurie Lamon: "'What is the Correct Way to Stand at a Memorial Ceremony?' A Study of Contemporary Arab and Israeli Poetry, in Conjunction with Poetry Writing."
- Anthony Clark: "The Christian Martyrs of Shanxi: Recent Discoveries of Stone Monuments from the Boxer Uprising"
- Karin Heller: “Catholic and Protestant Feminist Theologies in Dialogue”
- Corliss Slack: “British Crusade Sites”
- Adam Neder: “The Ontology of Human Virtue”
- Alan Mikkelson: “Understanding How Communication Goals and Specific Communication Practices are Related to Self-Disclosure in Conversations about Religion”
- Craig Hinnenkamp: “Reframing Business Ethics Pedagogy Utilizing an 'Other-Centered' Capitalistic Worldview”
- Keith Beebe: "Experimental Religion in Scotland's Age of Reason"
- Nancy Bunker: "The Rev. May C. Jones"
- Jeremy Wynne: "God's Patience"
- Casey Andrews: "Modernism's National Scriptures: Nationalism, Religion, and the Modernist Novel"
- Megan Hershey: "The Role of the Christian Faith in African Civil Society"
- Mike Ingram: Short book that combines current small-group-communication research findings with best practices to aid PSCs in their important work
- Richard Strauch: "Presbyterians, Passion Plays, and Parsifal: American Christian Reception of Wagner’s Final Music Drama"
- Jason Wollschleger: "Divergent: Exploring Emerging Christianity"
- Keith Beebe: "George Whitefield in Scotland: Of Friends, Foes, and the Evangelical Divide."
Born Again at Cambuslang: The Scottish Evangelical Awakening of 1742.
- Jonathan Moo: "A Biblical Theology of Creation Care"
- Adam Neder: "The Sun Behind the Clouds: Some Thoughts about Teaching Christian Theology."