18a. To Publicize the Miracle, a Guide for Celebrating Chanuko, Cong. Shaare Emeth: St. Louis, MO, 1950.
20a. (In collaboration with Sam Fishman and Irwin Rich), “Annie Get Your Fun,” The Youth
Leader, Vol. XIII, No. 1, Spring 1952.
22a. “Questions and Answers for Quiz Programmes,” (with Bernard Hooker), The Jewish Youth Group, John D. Rayner and Henry F. Skirball, eds., London: World Union for Progressive
22b. Review of The Still Small Voice, The Story of Jewish Ethics, Book One. The Jewish Teacher, Vol. XXIV, No. 4, May 1956.
23a. Review of Theodor Herzl, A Portrait for this Age, ed. Ludwig Lewisohn. The Jewish Teacher, Vol. XXV, No. 2, Jan. 1957.
27a. Editor, An Outline of the Curriculum for the Jewish Religious School, New York: Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1958 (and 59, 60, 61).
35. Reprinted in condensed form as “A Theology for Modern Judaism, in The Jewish Digest, Feb. 1962.
46a. Review of A Faith for Moderns, Robert Gordis. CCAR Journal, Vol. X, No. 1, issue 37, (April 1962).
47. Reprinted in condensed form as “Folk and Faith,” in The Jewish Digest, Vol. VIII, No. 3, (March 1963).
91a. Excerpt (of ?) on “The Synagogue in American Life and Its Future,) Dimensions and Horizons for Jewish Life in America, Philip Goodman, ed., New York: National Jewish
Welfare Board, 1966.
91b. “Responsible Parenthood,” Discussant, The Vatican Council
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Providence: Brown University, 1966.
211a. A Curricular Approach for the 1980's. West Orange: Behrman House Catalog for the Jewish School 1982-3, 1982, pp. 33, 47, 65, 79.
247a. Editor (in collaboration with Sharon Sobel and Beth Klafter), A Bibliography of
Contemporary Jewish Thought, New York: HUC-JIR, 1987.
257a Editor, Reform Jewish Ethics and the Halakhah, No. 1, New York: HUC-JIR, 1988.
263a. Editor, Reform Jewish Ethics and the Halakhah, No. 2, New York: HUC-JIR, 1989.
272a. Editor, Reform Jewish Ethics and the Halakhah, No. 3, New York: HUC-JIR, 1990.
287a. Editor (in collaboration with Andrea L. Weiss), A Bibliography of Contemporary
Jewish Thought, 1992 edition, New York: HUC-JIR, 1992.
315a. Editor (in collaboration with Daniel A. Lehrman), A Bibliography of Contemporary
Jewish Thought, 1997 edition, New York: HUC-JIR, 1997.
“Respecting Limits in Pluralism,” Sh’ma, Vol. 29, Number 561, April 1999.
“Abraham Joshua Heschel: Prophet of Social Activism,” in No Religion is an Island: The Nostra Aetate Dialogues, Edward Bristow, ed. New York: Fordham University Press, 1999.
“The Rabbi and Personal Jewish Virtues,” (with Frances W. Schwartz), CCAR Journal: A Reform Jewish Quarterly, Winter 1999
Reprint of excerpts from the chapter “What Do We Expect in the Messianic Age?”, Liberal Judaism, New York: UAHC, 1984, in Reform Judaism, Spring, 1999.
“Foreword,” Teaching Jewish Virtues, Susan Freeman, Denver: A. R. E. Publishing, 1999.
“Eugene Borowitz Reflects on Jacob Behrman, Writing, and Editing, Open Lion, Vol. 7, Issue 1,Fall 2000.
A Life of Jewish Learning: In Search of a Theology of Judaism. The Hunter College Jewish Social Studies Program. Occasional Papers in Jewish History and Thought, No. 12
The Anne Bass Schneider Lecture in Jewish Studies. New York: Hunter College of the
City of New York, 2000.
“The Postmodern Mood in the Synagogue, a Symposium,” (with Jacqueline Mates-Muchin), CCAR Journal, Winter, 2002.
“Walter Wurzberger 1920-2002, A Sh’ma Contributing Editor,” Sh’ma, 32/591, May 2002, Iyar 5762.
“Textual Reasoning and Jewish Philosophy,” Textual Reasonings, Peter Ochs and Nancy Levene, eds. London: SCM Press, 2002
“The Pivotal Issue in a Century’s Jewish Thought,” Conservative Judaism, Vol. 55, No. 4, Summer 2003 (appeared in 2004).
“Our Shifting/Stable Task: From ‘Choosing a Sex Ethic’ to Today,” Judaism, Issue No. 205/6, Vol. 52, Nos. 1-2, Winter-Spring 2003 (appeared in 2004).