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o o k
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somewhat suspended since the end of the
S.A.J. Review
years earlier. Except for the years of his visits to Israel, approxi­
mately a half dozen articles have been written by him each year
The Reconstructionist.
In addition, he has been responsible
for the regular columns, “Random Thoughts” and “Know How
T o Answer.” A number of these articles later appeared in book
form. Their general subject matter can be subsumed under the
headings of the reinterpretation of the concepts of God, Torah
and the Jewish people, and the elaboration and application of
Reconstructionism. Articles appeared elsewhere too: in
Jewish Education, The Menorah Journal, Hadassah Newsletter,
Commentary, The National Jewish Monthly, Current Religious
Thought, The Jewish Review, Conservative Judaism, Jewish
Hebrew Union College Annual.
A significant article
on the similarities and differences between Reform Judaism and
Reconstructionism appeared in the
C.C.A.R. Journal.
Hebrew articles were printed in both American and Israeli
Hadoar, Bitzaron, Ha-aretz, Hed Ha-hinukh;
and in
the collection of essays published to mark the thirty-fifth jubilee
of the Teachers Institute of The Jewish Theological Seminary
of America.
His contributions during this period to various books edited
by other scholars include articles in the following:
for Democracy,
published by Teachers College, Columbia Uni­
The Jewish Theological Seminary of America: Semi-
Centennial Volume; Proceedings of the Rabbinical Assembly of
America; World Order: Its Intellectual and Cultural Founda­
edited by F. Ernest Johnson and published by the Institute
for Religious Studies;
Approaches to Group Understanding
Goals for American Education,
both published by the Conference
on Science, Philosophy and Religion;
Foundations of Democracy
Moments of Personal Discovery,
both published by the
Institute for Religious and Social Studies;
Symposia and Addresses
of the Inauguration of Dr. Nelson Glueck as the Fourth President
of the Hebrew Union College; Religion in the Twentieth Cen­
edited by Vergilius Ferm;
American Jewry: The Tercenten­
ary and After,
edited by Eugene Kohn;
T h e Jews: Their History,
Culture and Religion,
edited by Louis Finkelstein.
Pamphlets and brochures published during this second quar­
ter century of his literary activity include the following items
published by The Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation:
T h e
Meaning of Reconstructionism, The Reconstructionist Viewpoint,
Jewish Survival and Its Opponents, The Freedom to Be Jews,
Covenant Proposal and Its Implementation, Zionism and Jewish
Others have appeared under different auspices. The
Hebrew University Press published
The Evolution of the Edu ­
cative Process
(his inaugural lecture in 1937, in Hebrew); The
Jewish Theological Seminary of America, his
From Strength to