The Rev. Dr. Robert MacSwain, associate professor of theology, and the Rev. Dr. Benjamin King, associate professor of Church history, have both published chapters in a festschrift for David Brown: Christian Theology and the Transformation of Natural Religion: From Incarnation to Sacramentality—Essays in Honour of David Brown, edited by Christopher R. Brewer (Leuven: Peeters, 2018).
MacSwain's chapter is titled “The Tradition of Reason: David Brown, Joseph Butler, and Divine Hiddenness” and King's is "Raising the Barr on MacIntyre: Understanding Newman Better." David Brown was MacSwain's Ph.D. supervisor at Durham and St. Andrews, and was King's dissertation examiner at Durham.
MacSwain also contributed a chapter titled “Moving Texts and Mirror Neurons: David Brown and Eleonore Stump on Biblical Interpretation,” in another recent volume focused on Brown: The Moving Text: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on David Brown and the Bible, edited by Garrick V. Allen, Christopher R. Brewer, and Dennis F. Kinlaw III (London: SCM Press, 2018).