'Substantial' Burdens: How Courts May (and Why They Must) Judge Burdens on Religion under RFRA, 5 George Washington Law Review 94 (2017). [SSRN]
Is Hobby Lobby Worse for Religious Liberty Than Smith?, 9 University of St. Thomas Journal of Law & Public Policy 223 (2016) (with Andrew Koppelman).
One Cheer for Hobby Lobby: Improbably Alternatives, Truly Strict Scrutiny, and Third-Party Employee Burdens, 38 Harvard Journal of Law & Gender 153 (2015). [SSRN]
Cross, Crucifix, Culture: An Approach to the Constitutional Meaning of Confessional Symbols, 13 First Amendment Law Review 71 (2014) (with Pasquale Annicchino). [SSRN]
RFRA Exemptions from the Contraception Mandate: An Unconstitutional Accommodation of Religion, 49 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 343 (2014) (with Rebecca Van Tassell). [SSRN]
Invisible Women: Why an Exemption for Hobby Lobby Would Violate the Establishment Clause, 67 Vanderbilt Law Review En Banc 51 (2014) (with Andrew Koppelman). [SSRN]
Incorporation of the Establishment Clause Against the States: A Logical, Textual, and HIstorical Account, 88 Indiana Law Journal 699 (2013). [SSRN]
Narrative Pluralism and Doctrinal Incoherence in Hosanna-Tabor, 64 Mercer Law Review 405 (2013). [SSRN]
True Lies: Canossa as Myth, 21 J. of Contem. Legal Issues 133 (2013). [SSRN]
With Religious LIberty for All: A Defense of the Affordable Care Act's Contraception Coverage Mandate, 6 Advance 135 (Fall 2012). [SSRN]
Atmospheric Harms in Constitutional Law, 69 Maryland L. Rev. 149 (2009). [SSRN]
Truth and Consequences: Mitt Romney, Proposition 8, and Public Reason, 61 Alabama Law Review 337 (2010). [SSRN]
The Recurring Paradox of Groups in the Liberal State, 2010 Utah Law Review 47. [SSRN]
Indeterminacy and Establishment: A Comment on Greenawalt, 25 Constitutional Commentary 279 (2009). [SSRN]
An Originalist Defense of Substantive Due Process: Magna Carta, Higher-Law Constitutionalism, and the Fifth Amendment, 58 Emory Law Journal 585-673 (2009). [SSRN]
Three Questions about Hybrid Rights and Religious Groups, 117 Yale Law Journal Pocket Part 192 (2008). [SSRN]
Uncivil Religion: Judeo-Christianity and the Ten Commandments, 110 West Virginia Law Review 274-304 (2007) (with Roger Hendrix). [SSRN]
Religions, Fragmentations, and Doctrinal Limits, 15 William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 25-41 (2007). [SSRN]
Religious Exemptions, Neutrality, and LaVcité, 12 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 473-92 (2006).
The Permissible Scope of Legal Limitations on the Freedom of Religion or Belief in the United States, 19 Emory International Law Journal 1187-275 (2006). [SSRN]
Suitability Claims and Unrecommended Securities Purchases: An Agency Theory of Broker-Dealer Liability, 37 Arizona State Law Journal 535-88 (2005). [SSRN]
Spirituality, Fundamentalism, Liberty: Religion at the End of Modernity, 54 DePaul Law Review 1193-231 (2005). [SSRN]
Religious Experience in the Age of Digital Reproduction, 9 St. John’s Law Review 127-60 (2005) (with Roger Hendrix). [SSRN]
The Establishment Clause Gag Reflex, 2004 Brigham Young University Law Review 995-1004. [SSRN]
Reconstructing the Blaine Amendments, 2 First Amendment Law Review 85-106 (2004). [SSRN]
The 'Embarrassing' Section 134, 2003 Brigham Young University Law Review 959-72.
Restorative Justice and the Two-Track Establishment Clause, 2003 Utah Law Review 523-32.
Church Discipline and the Regulation of Membership in the Mormon Church, 7 Ecclesiastical Law Journal 31-47 (2003).
A Two-Track Theory of the Establishment Clause, 43 Boston College Law Review 1071-109 (2002). [SSRN]
Towards a Defensible Free Exercise Doctrine, 68 George Washington Law Review 925-52 (2001).
The Normalized Free Exercise Clause: Three Abnormalities, 75 Indiana Law Journal 77-122 (2000).
An Unfirm Foundation: The Regrettable Indefensibility of Religious Exemptions, 20 University of Arkansas - Little Rock Law Review 555-74 (1998).
The Improbability of Religion Clause Theory, 27 Seton Hall Law Review 1233-58 (1997).
Conservatives, Liberals, Romantics: The Persistent Quest for Certainty in Constitutional Interpretation, 50 Vanderbilt Law Review 613-46 (1997).
Perception versus Reality: Postmodernism, Interpretation, and Truth in Religion and Law, BYU Clark Memorandum 8-17 (Fall 1996).
Introduction: An Ambivalent View of the Religious Equality Amendment, 1996 Brigham Young University Law Review 561-68.
RFRA and the Possibility of Justice, 56 Montana Law Review 95-117 (1995).
The Ironic State of Religious Liberty in America, 46 Mercer Law Review 1157-66 (1995).
The Great American Paradox, Liberty Magazine, Sept./Oct. 1994, at 10-13.
The Poverty of Academic Rhetoric, 4 Mercer Law Review 543-51 (1993).
The Integrity of Survival: A Mormon Response to Stanley Hauerwas, 42 DePaul Law Review 167-73 (1992).
Public Life and Hostility to Religion, 78 Virginia Law Review 671-96 (1992).
The Rise and Fall of the Religion Clauses, 6 BYU Journal of Public Law 499-512 (1992).
Arrogance Cloaked as Neutrality, 65 St. John's University Law Review 1235-70 (1992) (review essay on Laurence Tribe & Michael Dorf, On Reading the Constitution (1991)).
The Religious, the Secular, and the Antithetical, 20 Capital University Law Review 113-45 (1991).
Some Political Implications of Religious Belief, 4 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, and Public Policy 419-449 (1990).
Toward a Constitutional Jurisprudence of Religious Group Rights, 1989 Wisconsin Law Review 99-169).
Justice or Mercy?--A Personal Note on Defending the Guilty, 13 Journal of the Legal Profession 139-48 (1988).
Democracy, Autonomy, and Values: Some Thoughts on Religion and Law in Modern America, 60 Southern California Law Review 1579-619 (1987) (with Roger Hendrix).
Motivation, Rationality, and Secular Purpose in Establishment Clause Review, 1985 Arizona State Law Journal 677-726.
Student Note, Contractual Agreements to Arbitrate Disputes: Waiver of the Right to Compel Arbitration, 52 Southern California Law Review 1513-54 (1979).