RICHARD L. RUBENSTEIN
A Selected Bibliography
I. Books and Book-length works:
Struggle: An Autobiographical Confession,
Cunning of History: Mass Death and the American Future,
The Humanist Response to Its Promise and Problems, Richard L. Rubenstein, editor,
Age of Triage: Fear and Hope in an Overcrowded World,
to Auschwitz: The Holocaust and its Legacy, Richard L. Rubenstein and John Roth,
Matters: The World Wide Impact of Religion on
Richard L. Rubenstein, editor,
Dissolving Alliance: The United States and the NATO
Alliance, Richard L.
Politics of Liberation Theology: North American and Latin-American Views, Richard L. Rubenstein and John K. Roth,
*The New York Times Sunday
*Choice, the magazine of the American Library Association, listed My Brother Paul as one of "the outstanding academic books of 1972."
II. Theses and other works partly or principally devoted to the work of RLR:
MORGAN, Mchael L., Beyond
BRAITERMAN, Zachary, (God) AfterAuschitz (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1999) .
POLLEFEYT, Didier, De Holocaust: Het Einde Van Theologie en Ethiek? Confrontatie Met De Joodse Visie Van R.L. Rubenstein (Leuven: Kathokieke Universiteit Leuven, 1994).
KATZ, Steven T., Post-Holocaust Dialogues: C ritical Studies in Modern Jewish Thought (New York: New York University Press, 1983).
HELLIG, Jocelyn, The 'Death of God' in the Thought of Richard L. Rubenstein, a thesis submitted to the Faculty of Arts, University of Witswatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa in partial fulfillment of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Johannesburg 1982.
ROHMANN, Klaus, Vollendung im Nichts? Eine Dokumentation der Amerikanischen Gott-ist-Tot-Theologie, Cologne and Zurich: Benziger Verlag, 1977; revised and enlarged version of Nirvanna oder das himmliche Jerusalem, dissertation submitted to the Catholic Theological Faculty of the University of Bonn in partial fulfillment of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.
III. Selected Articles and Papers:
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“Il Dio di Abramo
e lo Scontro di Civilta” in Humanitas
“Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Pope Pius XII” in Daniel J. Curran, Jr.,
Richard Libowitz, Marcia Sachs Littell,
Century of Genocide: Selected Papers from the 30th Anniversary
Conference on the Holocaust and the Churches (
“Forty Years of Jewish-Christian
Relations: a personal testimony,” in
and the Seed of Abraham” in Tod Linafelt,
ed., A Shadow of Glory: Reading the New Testament After
the Holocaust (
“Population Elimination” in Carol Rittner, John K. Roth and
James M. Smith, eds., Will Genocide Ever End? (
“Pope Pius XI and the Jewish Question,” The World and I, July 2002.
“Pope Pius XII and the Shoah,” in Carol Rittner and
John K. Roth, eds., Pius XII and the Holocaust (
“After 9/11: Radical Islam and the War Against Terrorism,” in Congress Monthly, September/October 2001.
the Goldhagen Thesis,” in Arvind Sharma, ed., Religion
Factor” in Symposium on “American Jewish Responses to the
”Religion and the Uniqueness of the Holocaust,” in John K. Roth and Elizabeth Maxwell, eds., Rembering for the Future: The Holocaust in An Age of Genocide, (Houndsmill, Basingstroke, Hampshire: Palgrave, 2001), Vol. 2, pp. 11-18.
“The Papacy and the Reich” in World and I, April 2000.
Twentieth Century Journey,” in Perspectives:
Journal of the Beth Shalom Holocaust Memorial Centre, The Fourth
Anniversary Lecture, Beth Shalom
“Religion in the Twenty-first Century” in Dialogue and Alliance, Fall/Winter 1999, Vol. 13, No. 2.
“The Politics of the Creation Story,” (Japanese
translation), Interdisciplinary Journal
on World Peace,
“Reflections on Identity and Memory” in Charles Selengut, ed., Jewish Identity in the Postmodern Age (St. Paul, MN: Paragon House, 1999).
“Radical Theology and the Holocaust” in Stephen R. Hatnes and John K. Roth, eds., The Death of God Movement and the Holocaust: Radical Theology Encounters the Shoah (Westport: Greenwood Press, 1999).
Introduction to Courage to Remember: Interviews on the Holocaust by Kinue Tokudome (St. Paul, MN: Paragon House, 1999).
"Emptiness, Holy Nothingness and the Holocaust " in Donald W. Mitchell, ed., Masao Abe: A Zen Life of Dialogue, (Charles E. Tuttle: Boston and Tokyo, 1998).
“Theodicy, the Nazi Ethic and the Holocaust” in Paolo Amodio, Romeo de Maio and Giusseppe Lissa, eds. La Sho’ah: Tra Interpretazione e Memoria (Napoli: Vivarium, 1998)
“The Family in Jewish Tradition,” in Gordon L. Anderson, ed., The Family in Global Transition (Paragon House: St. Paul, MN: 1997)
“Holocaust and Holy War” in Annals of the
“Religion and the Uniqueness of the
Holocaust,” in Alan S. Rosenbaum, Is the
Holocaust Unique? Perspectives on Comparative Genocide, (
“The Wannsee Conference and the Rationalization of Genocide,” in Hubert G. Locke and Marcia Sachs Littell, Remembrance and Recollection: Essays on the Centennial Year of Martin Niemöller and the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Wannsee Conference, (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1996), Studies in the Shoah, Vol. XII.
“”1881: Watershed Year of Modern Jewish History,” in Raphael Patai and Emanuel Goldsmith, Events and Movements in Modern Judaism (New York: Paragon House, 1995).
“Marriage and the Family in Jewish Tradition,” in Dialogue & Alliance, Spring/Summer 1995, Vol. 9, No. 1.
“Elie Wiesel and Primo Levi,” in James S. Pacy and Alan P. Wertheimer,Perspectives on the Holocaust: Essays in Honor of Raul Hilberg (Boulder: Westview Press, 1995).
"Holocaust, Sunyata and Holy Nothingness: An Essay in Interreligious Dialogue," in Christopher Ives, Divine Emptiness and Historical Fullness: A Buddhist-Jewish Conversation with Masao Abe (Valley Forge: Trinity Press International, 1995).
“How My Mind Was Changed,” in Franklin H. Littell, Alan L. Berger and Hubert G. Locke, eds., What Have We Learned? Telling the Story and Teaching the Lessons of the Holocaust (Lewiston, NY: Edward Mellen Press, 1993).
“The Legacy of Genocide” in Genocide and Human Rights: A Special Issue of the Journal of Armenian Studies, (Belmont, MA: Armenian Heritage Press, 1993), Vol. Iv, Nos. 1 and 2.
“Primo Levi: Elemental Survivor,” in Raphael Patai and Emanuel S. Goldsmith, eds., Thinkers and Teachers of Modern Judaism (Nedw
York: Paragon House, 1994), rev. ed. of "The Elemental Survivor: Primo
Levi," in Abraham J. Karp, Louis Jacobs and Chaim
Dimitrovsky, eds., and Ten: Essays in Honor
“U.S. Shouldn’t Aid Europe’s Holy
War,” in Insight,
"Silent Partners in Ethnic Cleansing, the UN, the EC and NATO," In Depth, Spring 1993.
"A Thread Not Yet Broken: The
Career of Haj Amin Al-Huseini,"
"Judaism and American Public Life," in David G. Dalin, ed., American Jews and the Separationist Faith: The New Debate on Religion in Public Life, (Washington: Ethics and Public Policy Center, 1993). This is a revision of "Judaism and American Public Life," a contribution to Symposium on Judaism and Public Life, First Things, March, 1991.
"The Reenchantment of Modern Man, ( a review essay of Peter Berger's A Far Glory), The World and I, April 1993.
"Making Sense of the
"Apocalyptic Rationality and the Shoah," in Steven L. Jacobs, ed., Contemporary Jewish Responses to the Shoah (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1993).
Review article of Peter J. Haas, Morality After Auschwitz: The Radical Challenge of the Nazi Ethic in Journal of the American Academy of Religion, Spring 1992.
"The Broken Social Contract, in In Depth: A Journal for Values and Public Policy, Spring 1992, Vol. II, No. 2.
"The Soviet Collapse and the Balance of Power," editorial essay in In Depth: A Journal of Values and Public Policy, Winter 1992, Vol. I, No. 2.
"Nuclear Weapons: Some Ethical and Religious Issues," in Jack Barkenbus, ed., Ethics, Nuclear Deterrence and War (New York: Paragon House Publishers, 1992).
"The Financier and the Finance Minister: The Roots of Japanese Anti-Semitism," in Julius H. Schoeps, ed., Aus zweier Zeugen Mund: Festschrift für Nathan P. und Pnina Navé Levinson (Gerlingen: Bleicher-Verlag, 1992). Reprinted in Continuum, Vol. 2, Nos. 2 and 3, 1993.
"Freud, God and Jewish Mysticism" in Dan Cohn-Sherbok, ed., Problems in Jewish Theology (Lampeter, Dyfed, Wales: Edward Mellen Press, Ltd.: 1991)
"Religion and State Toward the 21st Century," in Journal of Christian Interdisciplinary Studies (Tokyo: February 1991, No. 24) in Japanese.
Present Situation of Religion in
"The Price of Enlightenment," The World and I, November 1991.
"Buber and the
Holocaust" (rev. ed.) in
'Progressive Judaism: A Collective Theological Essay," Manna (
"The Convent at
"The Family of Man" in The World and I, March 1991.
"Judaism and Islam," an interview essay with Lloyd Eby, The World and I, February 1991.
Forward to Michael Berenbaum, After Tragedy and Triumph: Essays in Modern Jewish Thought and the American Experience (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990).
"Modernization and the Politics of Extermination," in Michael Berenbaum, ed., A Mosaic 0f Victims: Non-Jews Persecuted and Murdered by the Nazis (New York: New York University Press, 1990).
Population Superfluity" in Reuben Garner, ed., The Realm of Humanitas: Responses to the Writings of Hannah Arendt
(New York and Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1990).(
"Richard L. Rubenstein and Elie Wiesel: An Exchange" in John K. Roth and Michael Berenbaum, eds., Holocaust: Religious and Philosophical Implications (New York: Paragon House, 1989)
"The Philosopher and the Jews: The Case of Martin Heidegger," Modern Judaism, Spring 1989, reprinted in Alan L. Berger, ed., Bearing Witness to the Holocaust (Lewiston: Edward Mellen Press, 1991).
"God and Ceasar in Conflict in the American Polity," in Jeffrey K. Hadden and Anson Shupe, eds., Secularization and Fundamentalism Reconsidered: Religion and the Political Order, Vol. III, (New York: Paragon House, 1989).
"With a Star," review essay of Jiri Weil, Life With A Star in The World and I, July 1989.
"Covenant and Holocaust" in Remembering for the Future: The Impact of the Holocaust on the Contemporary World, Yehudah Bauer, et. al., (Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1989), Volume II.
"Tod-Gottes-Theologie und Judentum," in Schalom Ben-Chorin and Verena Lenzen, eds. Jüdische Theologie im 20. Jahrhundert (München: R. Piper, 1988).
"Waldheim the Pope and the Holocaust," Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Vol. 4, No. 1, 1988, reprinted in Alice L. Eckardt, ed. Burning Memory: Times of Testing and Reckoning, (Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1993)
"Global Technological Equalization," The World and I, November 1988.
"The Heidegger Enigma," review essay of Victor Farias, Heidegger et le nazisme, The World and I, October 1988.
"The Politics of the Creation Story," (review essay of Elaine Pagels, Adam, Eve and the Serpent, The World and I, July 1988.
"Luther and the Roots of the Holocaust" in Herbert Hirsch and Jack D. Spiro, eds., Persistent Prejudice: Perspectives on Anti-Semitism, (Fairfax, Va.: George Mason University Press, 1988).
"Liberation Theology and the Crisis in Western Theology," The World and I, May 1988.
"The Modernization of Slavery" in Celia S. Heller, Structured Social Inequality: A Reader in comparative Social Stratification, 2nd ed., (New York: Macmillan, 1987).
"The Rational Society and the Future of Religion" in Gene G. James, The Search for Faith and Justice in the Twentieth Century (New York: Paragon House, 1987).
"Reflections on Modernity, Civilization and Genocide," The World and I, August 1987.
"The Moral Tragedy of Menahem Begin," a review essay of Amos Perlmutter, The Life and Times of Menahem Begin, in The World and I, July 1987.
"Religion and the
Rise of Capitalism: The Case of
and Civilization" in Isidor Wallimann
and Michael N. Dobkowski, eds., Genocide and the Modern Age: Etiology and Case Studies of Mass Death,
"Japan and Biblical Religion: The Religious Significance of the Japanese Economic Challenge," Free Inquiry, Summer 1987; reprinted in R. Joseph Hoffmann and Gerald A. Larue, eds., Biblical vs. Secular Ethics: The Conflict (New York: Prometheus Press, 1988); also reprinted in William R. Garrett, ed., Social Consequences of Religious Belief (New York: Paragon House, 1989).
"Gendai shingaku no genkai to atarashi shinkan no tenbo," (The Limitations of Contemporary Theology and the Perspective of a New View of God) in Masatoshi Matsushita, ed., Atarashi shinkan no tankyu (The Search for a New View of God) (Tokyo: Kokusai Christian Kyoju Kyokai, 1986).
no shi shingaku to tozai shukyo no atarashi sogo no
and "Existence" in Arthur A. Cohen and Paul Mendes-Flohr, Contemporary
Jewish Religious Thought,
"The Human Condition in Jewish Thought and Experience" in Frederick E. Greenspahn, The Human Condition in the Jewish and Christian Traditions (Hoboken: K'TAV, 1986)
"Religion and Cultural Synthesis" in The World and I, April 1986; reprinted, International Journal of the Unity of the Sciences, Vol.I, No. 1, Spring 1988.
"American Socialism and Communism: Past and Future" in The World and I, September 1986.
"The Political Significance of Latin-American Liberation Theology" in International Journal of World Peace, January 1986; reprinted, The World and I, March 1986 and World Affairs, Volume 148, No. 3, Winter 1985-86; also published as a Washington Institute Monograph.
"The Concept of God
in East and West" in ICPA: A Newsletter of the International Christian
"Religion and the
"Civic Altruism and the Resacralization of the Political Order" in M. Darroll Bryant and Rita Mataragnon, The Many Faces of Religion and Society, Paragon House Press, 1985.
"World Peace and
U.S.-Japanese Relations" in Raquel Z. Ordonez, ed., The
"The Symbols of
Judaism and the Death of God" in Seymour Siegal
and Elliot Gertel, eds., God in the Teachings of
"Reflections on Unemployment, Genocide and Bureaucracy" in Marcia Sachs Littell, Holocaust Education: A Resource Book for Teachers and Professional Leaders, Edward Mellen Press, 1985.
"The German Moral Universe
Under National Socialism" in Menorah: Bulletin of
the Judaic Studies Program of
"Ethical Dimensions of World Population Trends" in Fall-Out From the World Population Explosion, Claude A. Villee, ed., Paragon House Press, 1985.
"Science and Spirit in Contemporary Jewish Mysticism" in Cross Currents, Vol III, No. 4, Winter 1983-4.
"Naming the Unnamable; Thinking the Unthinkable: A Review Essay of Arthur Cohen's The Tremendum," in Journal of Reform Judaism, Spring 1984.
"The Victim as Non-Person" in Journal of Psycho-History, Vol. 11, No. 4, Spring 1984.
"Technology, Unemployment and Genocide" in Nova Law Review, Vol. 8, No. 3, Spring 1984.
"The Ethics of Military Intervention: The Lessons of Grenada," Washington Institute for Values in Public Policy White Paper, Spring l984.
Modernization and Millenarianism" in M. Darroll
Bryant and Donald W. Dayton, eds., The
Religion and Public Policy," in Morton A. Kaplan, ed., Global Policy:
Challenge of the 80s,
"Anticipations of the
Holocaust in the Political Sociology of Max Weber," in Lyman H. Legters, ed., Western Society After the Holocaust,
"La chute et la rédemption dans les Écritures et la psychoanalyse, avec une référence spéciale à Paul de Tarse," in Jean Charon, ed., L'Esprit et La Science, Paris: Albin Michel, 1983.
History: Power, History and the Covenant at Sinai", in Jacob Neusner, ed., Take Judaism, for Example: Studies toward the
Comparison of Religions,
"The Besieged Community in Ancient and Modern Times", in Michael Patrick O'Connor and David Noel Friedman, eds., The Bible and Its Traditions, A Special Issue of Michigan Quarterly Review, Vol. XXII, No. 3, Summer, 1983.
"The Promise and the
Pitfalls of Theological Autobiography", in Robert Detwiler,
ed., Art/Literature/Religion: Life on the Borders, Journal of the
Tod Gottes", in
Michael Brocke and Herbert Jochum,
Wolkensaule und Feuerschein: Jüdische Theologie des Holocaust,
"Age of Agony",
Political Sociology and the Crisis of Values in Our Times," in Robert Hiedemann, The American Future and the Human Tradition: The
Role of the Humanities in Higher Education,
Totalitarianism", in News of the Week Section, New York Times,
"The Meaning of
"The Bureaucratization of Torture", in Journal of Social Philosophy, Vol. XIII, No. 3, September 1982.
"American Religion in the Twentieth Century", in Religion and the Process of Americanization in the Twentieth Century, Occasional Paper #1 of the History, Culture and Society Program, The Wilson Center of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, 1981.
"Merits and Demerits
of the Modernization Process", in Arifin Bey, ed., Emerging
"The South Encounters the Holocaust: William Styron's Sophie's Choice", in Michigan Quarterly Review, Fall 1981; reprinted, Samuel S. Hill, ed., Varieties of Southern Religious Experience (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1988).
Post-Confucian Challenge and the Vocation of Asian Christianity" in Daigaku To Risou
(University and Ideal),
Politics in Contemporary
"The Dialectic of
Religion and Modernization", in
"Moral Outrage as False Consciousness" in Theory and Society, 9, 1980.
"The Unmastered Trauma: Interpreting the Holocaust", Humanities and Society, Vol. 2, No. 4, Fall 1979.
"The Fall of
"Contribution to Symposium on Power and Powerlessness in Jewish Life: Reflections on Power and Jewish Survival" in Jewish Frontier, Fiftieth Anniversary Issue, May 1980.
"Reason's Deadly Dreams" in John R. May, ed., The Bent World: Essays on Religion and Culture, The Annual Publication of the College Theology Society, 1979.
"Response to the Issue on Judaism and Psycho-History of The Journal of Psycho-History", Journal of Psycho-History, Spring 1979.
"Buber and the
Holocaust: Some Considerations on the 100th Anniversary of His Birth",
"A Crisis of
Disconfirmation-In Retrospect: After
"Reflections on the
Holocaust" in Donald G. Jones, ed., Private and Public Ethics: Tensions
between Conscience and Institutional Responsibility, (
"The National Significance of Southern Religion", The Bulletin of the Center for the Study of Southern Culture and Religion, Vol. 1, No. 2, Fall 1977.
"The Theses of The Cunning of History", Anima, 3/2. Spring 1977.
"The Elect and the Preterite", Soundings, Winter 1976.
"When Victims Refuse to Die", Psychology Today, October 1976.
"The Psychology of the Nazi Leaders", Psychology Today, July 1976.
"What's To Be Done
With Surplus People?" Newsday, Sunday Magazine Section,
"Die Widerherstellung des Ursprungs:
Die Convergenz der jüdischen Erfahrung und der paulinischen Lehre von Christus als den letzden
Adam", Emunah: Horizonte zur Diskussion uber
"Mass Death and
Contemporary Culture", Christianity and Crisis,
"Jewish Theology and the Current World Situation", Conservative Judaism, Fall 1974.
"The Radical Monotheism of Emil Fackenheim", Soundings, Summer 1974.
"Some Perspectives on
Religious Faith After
"God After the Death of God" in George F. McLean, OMI, ed., Religion in Contemporary Thought, New York: Alba House-Society of St. Paul, 1973.
Reflections for a Study of Jesus of
and Punishment-Modern Theories" in Encyclopaedia Judaica,
"On Death in Life: Reflections on Franz Rosenzweig", Soundings, Vol. LV, No. 2, Summer 1972.
"Judaism and Contemporary Culture", a symposium, Response, Fall 1972, No. 15.
"A Consideration of
"Judaism and Liberalism", a symposium, Judaism, Vol. 21, No. 1, Winter 1972.
"Jewish Self-Understanding and the Land and the State of Israel", a symposium, Union Seminary Quarterly, Vol. XXVI, No. 4, Summer 1971.
"The Old Gods and the New Evils", in Louis Jacobs, ed., Jewish Thought Today, New York: Behrman, 1970.
"God as Cosmic
Sadist: Reply to Emil Fackenheim", The Christian
Century, Vol. LXXXVII, No. 30,
"Halachah and Reform Judaism", a symposium, Dimensions in American Judaism, Spring 1970.
Holocaust", in Donald Cutler, ed., The Religious
Introduction to Alan Davies, Anti-Semitism and the Christian Mind, New York: Herder and Herder, 1969.
"Imperatives of Survival", Congress Bi-Weekly, Vol. 36, No. 3, February 24, 1969, special issue devoted to papers presented at the Sixth American-Israel Dialogue, Weizmann Institute, Rehoboth, Israel, Summer 1968.
"Israel and the American-Jewish Left: The American-Israel Dialogue, 1968", American Zionist, Vol. 59, No. 4, December 1968.
Participant in Joseph Havens, ed., Psychology and Religion: A Contemporary Dialogue, Princeton: D. Van Nostrand and Company, 1968.
"Leftists a Long Way From Home", Jerusalem Post, August 2, 1968.
"The 'Nothingness' of
God", The Christian Century,
"The Politics of Powerlessness", Reconstructionist, May 17, 1968.
"Did Christians Fail
"Jews, Negroes and the New Politics," Reconstructionist, November 17, 1967.
"Judaism and the Death of God", Playboy, July 1967.
"Religion and the New Morality: A Symposium", Playboy, June 1967.
"Should Jews Talk to Christians?", Dialog: A Journal of Theology, Vol. 6, Summer 1967.
"Judaism and the
"On the Meaning of Place" in Rolfe Lanier Hunt, Revolution, Place and Symbol: Journal of the First International Congress on Religion, Architecture, and the Visual Arts, New York and Montreal, 1967; revised and enlarged as "The Cave, the Rock and the Tent: The Meaning of Place," Continuum, Vol. 6, No. 2, Summer 1968.
"Freud and Judaism", Journal of Religion, Vol. 47, No. 1, January 1967.
"The State of Jewish Belief: A Symposium", Commentary, August 1966; reprinted in The Editors of Commentary, eds., The Condition of Jewish Belief: A Symposium, New York: Macmillan, 1966; reprinted in Jerry V. Diller, Ancient Roots and Modern Meanings: A Contemporary Reader in Jewish Identity, New York: Bloch Publishing Company, 1978.
"Thomas Altizer's Apocalypse" in William Beardslee, ed., America and the Future of Theology, Philadelphia: Westminister Press, 1966; revised and enlarged version in John Cobb, ed., The Theology of Thomas Altizer: Critique and Response, Philadelphia: Westminister Press, 1970.
"The New Morality and
College Religious Counselling,"
"The Making of A
"The Clergy and Psychoanalysis", Reconstructionist, May 13, 1966.
"Hillel and American-Jewish Ideologies", Reconstructionist, January 7, 1966.
and Hypocrites: A study in
"The Meaning of Torah in Contemporary Jewish Theology", Journal of Bible and Religion, Vol. 32, No. 2, April 1964. (The Journal of Bible and Religion is now the Journal of the American Academy of Religion.
"Dialogue on the Meaning of Torah", Reconstructionist, March 6, 1964.
"Church and State: The Jewish Posture" in D. Gianella, ed., Religion and Public Order, Chicago: University of Chicgo Press, 1963.
"Intermarriage and Conversion on the American College Campus" in Werner Cahnmann, ed., Intermarriage and Jewish Life in America, New York: Herzl Press, 1963.
"The Significance of
Castration Anxiety in
"A Note on the Research Lag in Psychoanalytic Studies in Religion", Jewish Social Studies, Vol. 25, No. 2, April 1963.
"A Visit with Dean
"Jewish Students in American Universities", Reconstructionist, June 29, 1962.
"Prejudice and the
"Atonement and Sacrifice in Contemporary Jewish Liturgy", Judaism, Spring 1962.
"Jews, Christians and Magic", Christianity and Crisis, April 30, 1962.
"Germany and the West: Beyond the Berlin Crisis", Reconstructionist, October 20, 1961.
"The Meaning of Sin
"God and Human
"Religious Origins of the Death Camps: A Psychoanalytic Interpretation", Reconstructionist, May 5 and 19, 1961.
"God's Omnipotence in
"The Intellectual and Contemporary Jewish Life", in Conservative Judaism, Spring 1960.
"The Theological Significance of Zionism," Reconstructionist, April 29, 1960.
"The Vocation of the
"Psychoanalysis and the Origins of Judaism", Reconstructionist, May 1, 1959.
"Religion and the Academic Community: The Creative Tensions of Faith and Learning", Judaism, Spring 1959.
"The Symbols of Judaism and Religious Existentialism", Reconstructionist, May 1, 1959.
"Religious Naturalism and Human Evil", Reconstructionist, January 23, 1959.
"Heine: Poet in Search of a People", Reconstructionist, June 13, 1959.
IV. Reviews up to 1974 (later reviews are listed above):
Review of Jacques Ellul, The New Demons in Psychology Today, November 1974.
Review of Robert Persig, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Riding in Psychology Today, August 1973.
Review of Stanley Keleman, Sexuality, Self and Survival in Psychology Today, March 1973.
Review of Peter Homans, Theology After Freud in
Journal of the
Review of B. F. Skinner, Beyond Freedom and Dignity in Psychology Today, September 1971; Russian translation, America, Russian language edition, November 1972; Polish translation, America, Polish language edition, December 1972.
Review of Thomas Hanna, Bodies in Revolt in Psychology Today, June 1971.
Review of Michael Meyer, The Origins of the Modern Jew in Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Vol. 7, No. 2, Spring 1970.
Review of Maurice Pekarsky: A Legacy in Congress Bi-Weekly, October 16, 1967.
Review of Philip Scharper, ed., Torah and Gospel in Commonweal,
"Freud's Original Anna O.", review of Dora Edinger, Bertha Pappenheim: Leben und Schriften in Reconstructionist, October 1, 1965.
Review of E. Digby Baltzell, The Protestant Establishment: Caste and Class in America in Judaism, Spring 1965.
"The Philosophy of Saul Bellow", review of Saul Bellow, Herzog in Reconstructionist, January 22, 1965
"Job. Prometheus, and Modern Man", review of Maurice Friedman, Problematic Rebel: An Image of Modern Man in Reconstructionist, November 13, 1964.
"The Supernatural Jew", review of Arthur A. Cohen, The Natural and the Supernatural Jew in Reconstructionist, May 3, 1963.
Identity as Disaster", review of Albert Memmi,
Portrait of a Jew in Reconstructionist,
Review of Barbara Tuchman,
The Guns of August in Reconstructionist,
Review of Peter Viereck, Metapolitics: The Roots of the Nazi Mind in Conservative Judaism, Winter-Spring 1962.
Review of John Dornberg, Schizophrenic Germany in Reconstructionist, June 30, 1961.
World as Enemy Camp", review of Jerome Weidman, The Enemy Camp in
Review of M. Maisels, Thought and Truth: A Critique of Philosophy in Reconstructionist, date unavailable, ca. 1956.
Review of Joseph Klausner, The Messianic Idea in Israel in Reconstructionist, date unavailable, ca. 1956.
"Franz Rosenzweig on Jewish Education and Jewish Law", review of Franz Rosenzweig, On
Jewish Learning, ed., N.N. Glatzer in
Review of Maurice Friedman, Martin Buber: The Life of the Dialogue, in Reconstructionist, June 1, 1956.
V. Some responses and/or comments on the work of RLR in books, articles and paper:
ALTIZER, Thomas J.J.,
"Response to Richard Rubenstein" in John Cobb, ed., The Theology of Thomas Altizer,
AVISHAI, Bernard, "Breaking Faith: Commentary and American Jews", Dissent, Spring 1981.
BEDELL, George C., SANDON, Leo, Jr., and WELLBORN, Charles J., Religion in America, New York: MacMillan, 1975.
BARDOSH, Alexander and ROSENBERG, Alan, "The Universe of Death", Cross Currents, Vol. 30, No. 3, Fall 1980.
BAUMANN, Zygmunt, Modernity and the Holocaust, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1989.
BERENBAUM, Michael G., "Elie Wiesel and Contemporary Theology", Conservative Judaism, Vol. 30, No. 3, Spring 1976.
BERENBAUM, Michael G., The Vision of the Void: Theological Reflections
on the Works of Elie Wiesel,
BERGER, Alan L., "Academia and the Holocaust", Judaism, Vol.31, No. 2, Spring 1982.
BLUMENTHAL, David R., "Scholarly Approaches to the Holocaust", Shoah: A Review of Holocaust Studies, Winter 1979.
BOROWITZ, Eugene B.,
"Jewish Theology Faces the 1970's", The Annals of the
BOYD, George, "Richard Rubenstein and Radical Christianity", Union Seminary Quarterly, Vol. XXX, No. 1, Fall 1974.
BRESLAUER, S. Daniel, "Alternatives in Jewish Theology", Judaism, Vol. 30, No. 2, Spring 1981.
BROCKE, Michael and JOCHUM, Herbert, "Der Holocaust und die Theologie-'Theologie des Holocaust'" in Brocke and Jochum, Wolkensaule und Feuerschein: Jüdische Theologie des Holocaust, München: Christian Kaiser Verlag, 1982.
BROWN, Robert McAfee, "The Holocaust as a Problem in Moral Choice" in
Harry Cargas, ed., When God and Man Failed: Non-Jewish Views of the Holocaust,
CAIN, Seymour, "Emil Fackenheim's Post-Auschwitz Theology", Midstream, May 1971.
CAIN, Seymour, "The
Question and the Answers After
CHARRY, E.Z., "Jewish Holocaust Theology: An Assessment", Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 18, 1981.
COHEN, Arthur A.,
"Commentary on 'Homeland and Holocaust'" in Donald R. Cutler, ed., The Religious Situation: 1968,
COHEN, Arthur A., The Tremendum: A
Theological Interpretation of the Holocaust,
COHN-Sherbok, Dan, Holocaust Theology, London: Marshall, Morgan and Scott, 1989.
COOPER, John, Radical Christianity and Its Sources, Philadelphia: Westminister Press, 1968.
COX, Harvey, Feast of Fools, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1969.
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