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  • Reinhold Niebuhr, “Masterly Analysis of Faith,” review of Man Is Not Alone, in New York Herald Tribune Book Review, April 1, 1951.
  • Dayyan Al-Yahud, “Professor Heschel, the Creative Thinker: A Critical Study of His Works,” in The Jewish Forum, Vol. 35, No. 8 (September, 1952), pp. 137-141; Vol. 35, No. 10 (November, 1952), pp. 189-190;  Vol. 36, No. 1 (January, 1953), pp. 16-18; Vol. 36, No. 3 (March, 1953), pp. 31-38.
  • Emil L. Fackenheim, review of Man Is Not Alone, in Judaism: A Quarterly Journal 1 (January, 1952), PP. 85-89.
  • Edward A. Synan, “Abraham Heschel and Prayer,” in The Bridge: A Yearbook of Judeo-Christian Studies, ed. by John M. Oesterreicher, Vol. I, New York: Pantheon Books, 1955, pp. 256-265.
  • Maurice Friedman, “The Thought of Abraham Heschel,” in Congress Weekly, Vol. 22, No. 31 (November 14, 1955), pp. 18-20.
  • Meir Ben-Horin, “Via Mystica,” in Jewish Quarterly Review, N.S., Vol. 45, No. 3 (January, 1955), pp. 249-258.
  • Will Herberg, review of Man’s Quest for God, in Theology Today, 12 (January 1956), pp. 404-406.
  • Meir Ben-Horin, “The Ineffable: Critical Notes on Mysticism,” in JQR, N.S., Vol. 46, No.3 (April, 1956), pp. 321-354.
  • Will Herberg, review of God in Search of Man, in America, April 14, 1956, p. 68.
  • Will Herberg, “Converging Trails: God in Search of Man,” in The Christian Century, Vol. 73, No. 16 (April 18, 1956), p. 486.
  • Reinhold Niebuhr, "The Mysteries of Faith" (review of God in Search of Man), The Saturday Review 39, April 21, 1956,  p18.
  • Joseph H. Lookstein, “The Neo-Hasidism of Abraham J. Heschel,” in Judaism, Vol 5, No. 3 (Summer, 1956), pp. 248-255.
  • Herbert W. Schneider, “On Reading Heschel’s God in Search of Man: A Review Article,” in The Review of Religion, Vol. 21, Nos. 1-2 (November, 1956), pp. 31-38.
  • Maurice Friedman, “Abraham Joshua Heschel: Toward a Philosophy of Judaism,” in Conservative Judaism, Vol. 10, No. 2 (Winter, 1956), pp. 1-10.
  • Jakob J. Petuchowski, “Faith as the Leap of Action: The Theology of Abraham Joshua Heschel,” in Commentary, Vol. 25, No. 5 (May, 1958), pp. 390-397.
  • E. La B. Cherbonnier, “A. J. Heschel and the Philosophy of the Bible: Mystic or Rationalist?,” in Commentary, Vol. 27, No. 1 (January, 1959), pp. 23-29.
  • Fritz A. Rothschild, “God and Modern Man: The Approach of Abraham J. Heschel,” in Judaism, Vol. 8, No. 2 (Spring, 1959), pp. 112-120.
  • Lou H. Silberman, “The Philosophy of Abraham Heschel,” in Jewish Heritage, Vol. 2, No. 1 (Spring, 1959), pp. 23-26, 54.
  • Meir Ben-Horin, “The Ultimate and the Mystery: A Critique of Some Neo-Mystical Tenets,” in JQR, N.S., Vol. 51, No. 1 (July, 1960), pp. 55-71 and Vol. 51, No. 2 (October, 1960), pp. 141-156.
  • Emil L. Fackenheim,  review of God in Search of Man, in Conservative Judaism, Vol. 15, No. 1 (Fall, 1960), pp. 50-53.
  • Marvin Fox, “Heschel, Intuition, and the Halakhah,” in Tradition, Vol. 3, No. 1 (Fall, 1960), pp. 5-15.
  • Zalman M. Schachter, “Two Facets of Judaism” [a response to the article by M. Fox], in Tradition, Vol. 3, No. 2 (Spring, 1961), pp. 191-202.
  • Arthur A. Cohen, The Natural and the Supernatural Jew: An Historical and Theological Introduction, New York: Pantheon Books, 1962.
  • Time, Review of “The Prophets, January 25, 1963 p.42.
  • Gershom Jacobson, “An Interview with Professor Heschel about Russian Jewry,” The Day-Morning Journal (in Yiddish), September 13, 1963.  Reprinted in English in Modern Judaism, Vol. 19, No. 3 (October, 1999), pp. 272-275.
  • Franklin Sherman, “Abraham Joshua Heschel: Spokesman for the Jewish Faith,” in Lutheran World, Vol. 10, No. 4 (October, 1963), pp. 400-408.
  • Michael Novak, “Intrigue in the Council,” New Republic, 1-11-64.
  • Herbert Parzen, “Abraham Joshua Heschel: A New Teacher and Personality in the Conservative Movement,” in The Torch, Vol. 13, No. 3 (Spring, 1964), pp. 25-28, 47.
  • Eliezer Berkovits, “Dr. A. J. Heschel’s Theology of Pathos,” in Tradition, Vol. 6, No. 2 (Spring-Summer, 1964), pp. 67-104.
  • Moshe Greenberg, “Anthropopathism in Ezekiel,” in Perspectives in Jewish Learning, ed. by Monford Harris, Vol. 1, Chicago: College of Jewish Studies, 1965, pp. 1-10.
  • Edwin Scott Gaustad, A Religious History of America, New York: Harper & Row, 1966, pp. 274-277.
  • Jacob Neusner, review of Torah min ha-shamayim, vol. 2, in Conservative Judaism, 20 (Spring, 1966), pp.66-73.
  • Patrick Granfield, Theologians at Work, New York: Macmillan, 1967, pp. 69-85.
  • Fritz A. Rothschild, “Abraham Joshua Heschel,” in Modern Theologians: Christians and Jews, ed. by Thomas E. Bird, Notre Dame-London: Notre Dame University Press, 1967, pp. 169-182.
  • Maurice S. Friedman, “Abraham Joshua Heschel: The Philosopher of Wonder,” in Congress Bi-Weekly, Vol. 34, No. 17 (December 18, 1967), pp. 12-14.
  • James Finn, Protest, Pacifism and Politics, Some Passionate Views on War and Non-Violence, New York: Random House, 1967, pp. 154-162.
  • J.A. Sanders, “Orbis of the World and the City, Jerusalem, ’67,” Christian Century
  • Fritz A. Rothschild, “The Religious Thought of Abraham Heschel,” in Conservative Judaism, Vol. 23, No. 1 (Fall, 1968), pp. 12-24.
  • Edmond La B. Cherbonnier, “Heschel as a Religious Thinker,” in Conservative Judaism, Vol. 23, No. 1 (Fall, 1968), pp. 25-39.
  • Eugene B. Borowitz, “Abraham Joshua Heschel and Joseph Baer Soloveitchik: The New Orthodoxy,” in A New Jewish Theology in the Making, Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1968, pp. 147-160.
  • Seymour Siegel, “Abraham Heschel’s Contributions to Jewish Scholarship,” in Proceedings of the Rabbinical Assembly [New York], Vol. 32 (1968), pp. 72-85.
  • Byron Sherwin, “Abraham Joshua Heschel, The Torch (Spring, 1969), pp.5-8.
  • Morton C. Fierman, “The Educational Philosophy of Abraham J. Heschel,” in Religious Education, Vol. 44, No. 4 (July-August, 1969), pp. 272-279.
  • Hal Bridges, American Mysticism: From William James to Zen (The Varieties of Mysticism” – on Heschel, Merton and Howard Thurman), New York: Harper & Row, 1970, pp. 60-65.
  • Franklin Sherman, The Promise of Heschel (The Promise of Theology Series, ed. by Martin E. Marty), Philadelphia and New York: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1970.
  • Fritz A. Rothschild, article s. v. “Heschel, Abraham Joshua,” in Encyclopaedia Judaica, Jerusalem: Keter Publishing Company, 1971, Vol. 8, coll. 425-427.
  • Harold Flender, “Conversation with Dr. Abraham Joshua Heschel,” in Women’s American ORT Reporter, Vol. 21, No. 3 (January-February, 1971) pp. 6, 7, 11.
  • Edward K. Kaplan, “Form and Content in Abraham Joshua Heschel’s Poetic Style,” in Central Conference of American Rabbis Journal, Vol. 18, No. 2 (April, 1971), pp. 28-39.
  • Seymour Siegel, “Contemporary Jewish Theology: Four Major Voices,” in Journal of Church and State, Vol. 13, No. 2 (Spring, 1971), pp. 265-267.
  • Andrew S. Kraft, “A Conversation with A Religious Philosopher: Abraham Joshua Heschel,” in Tristram, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Penn., Spring, 1971, pp. 2-3.
  • John C. Bennett, “A Prophet for Our Day,” in Jewish Heritage, Vol. 13, No. 3 (Fall, 1971), pp. 43-46.
  • Lou H. Silverman, “Rebbe for Our Day,” in Jewish Heritage, Vol. 13, No. 3 (Fall, 1971), pp. 39-43.
  • Fritz A. Rothschild in The Study of Judaism: Bibliographical Essays, New York: Ktav Publishing House- Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith, 1972, chapter on “Modern Jewish Thought,” Sect. 12, pp. 154-156.
  • Obituary, New York Times, 12-24-72.
  • Reuven Kimelman, “Abraham Joshua Heschel (1907-1972)” in Response, 16 (Winter, 1972-1973),  pp. 15-22.
  • Kenneth L. Woodward, “A Foretaste of Eternity,” Newsweek, January 8, 1973, p. 50.
  • Wolfe Kelman, “Abraham Joshua Heschel: In Memoriam,” in Congress Biweekly, Vol. 40, No. 1 (January 12, 1973), pp. 2-3.
  • Sh’ma: a journal of Jewish responsibility, Vol. 3, No. 46 (January 19, 1973). [Issue devoted to Heschel].
  • America, Vol. 128, No. 9 (March 10, 1973) [Issue devoted to Heschel].
  • Conservative Judaism, Vol. 28, No. 1 (Fall, 1973). [This issue (95 pp.), published as a Jahrzeit tribute on the first anniversary of Heschel’s death, contains a number of articles, reminiscences and other pieces dealing with his life and work.]
  • Eugene Borowitz, “Abraham Joshua Heschel, Model,” Sh’ma, Vol. 3, No. 46 (January 19,1973) pp. 41-42.
  • Balfour Brickner, “Abraham Joshua Heschel, Chasid,” Sh’ma, Vol. 3, No. 46 (January 19,1973) p. 47.
  • Norman Lamm, “Abraham Joshua Heschel, Teacher,” Sh’ma, Vol. 3, No. 46 (January 19,1973), pp. 42-43.
  • Zalman M. Schachter, “Abraham Joshua Heschel, Poet,” Sh’ma, Vol. 3, No. 46 (January 19,1973), pp. 45-47.
  • Byron Sherwin, “Abraham Joshua Heschel, Master,” Sh’ma, Vol. 3, No. 46 (January 19,1973), pp. 43-45.
  • Louis Finkelstein, “Three Meetings with Abraham Heschel,” in America, Vol. 128, No. 9 (March 10, 1973), pp. 203-204.
  • John C. Bennett, “Agent of God’s Compassion,” in America, Vol. 128, No. 9 (March 10, 1973), pp. 205-206.
  • Jacob Neusner, “Faith in the Crucible of the Mind,” in America, Vol. 128, No. 9 (March 10, 1973), pp. 207-209.
  • Fritz A. Rothschild, “Architect and Herald of a New Theology,” in America, Vol. 128, No. 9 (March 10, 1973), pp. 210-212.
  • W. D. Davies, “Conscience, Scholar, Witness,” in America, Vol. 128, No. 9 (March 10, 1973), pp. 213-215.
  • Seymour Siegel, “Divine Pathos, Prophetic Sympathy,” in America, Vol. 128, No. 9 (March 10, 1973), pp. 216-218.
  • John C. Haughey, S. J., “Jewish Prayer: A Share in Holiness,” in America, Vol. 128, No. 9 (March 10, 1973), pp. 219-220.
  • Edward K. Kaplan, “Language and Reality in Abraham Joshua Heschel’s Philosophy of Religion,” in Journal of the American Academy of Religion, Vol. 41, No. 1 (March, 1973), pp. 94-113.
  • Edmond La B. Cherbonnier, “Heschel’s Time-Bomb,” in Conservative Judaism, Vol. 28, No. 1 (Fall, 1973), pp. 10-18.
  • Alfred Gottschalk, “Abraham Joshua Heschel: A Man of Dialogues,” in Conservative Judaism, Vol. 28, No. 1 (Fall, 1973), pp. 23-26.
  • Avraham Holtz, “Religion and the Arts in the Theology of Abraham Joshua Heschel” [English Translation by Harlan J. Wechsler in Conservative Judaism, Vol. 28, No. 1 (Fall, 1973), pp. 27-39.
  • Edward K. Kaplan, “The Spiritual Radicalism of Abraham J. Heschel,” in Conservative Judaism, Vol. 28, No. 1 (Fall, 1973), pp. 40-49.
  • James A. Sanders, “An Apostle to the Gentiles,” Conservative Judaism, Vol. 28, No. 1 (Fall, 1973), pp.61-63.
  • Jacob Y. Teshima, “My Memory of Professor Abraham Joshua Heschel,” Conservative Judaism, Vol. 28, No. 1 (Fall, 1973), pp. 78-80.
  • Victor M. Perez Valera, S. J., “Religious Experience in Abraham Joshua Heschel,” in SIDIC, Journal of the Service International de Documentation Judeo-chretienne, Vol. 6, No. 1 (1973), pp. 4-9.
  • Fritz A. Rothschild, “Abraham Joshua Heschel (1907-1972): Theologian and Scholar” [necrology], in American Jewish Year Book, Vol. 74, New York: American Jewish Committee and Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1973, pp. 533-544.
  • Bernhard W. Anderson, “Confrontation with the Bible (A Tribute to Abraham J. Heschel),” in Theology Today, Vol. 30, No. 3 (October, 1973), pp. 267-271.
  • George F. Thomas, “Philosophy and Theology (A Tribute to Abraham J. Heschel),” in Theology Today, Vol. 30, No. 3 (October, 1973), pp. 272-277.
  • Alfred McBride, O. Praem., Heschel: Religious Educator, Denville, New Jersey: Dimension Books (paperback), 1973, 144 pp.
  • Robert McAfee Brown, “Abraham Heschel: A Passion for Sincerity,” in Christianity and Crisis, Vol. 33, No. 21 (December 10, 1973), pp. 256-259.
  • Richard L. Rubenstein,  Power Struggle: An Autobiographical Confession, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1974.
  • Jack Reimer, review of A Passion for Truth, in Commonweal, January 11, 1974.
  • Eugene Borowitz, review of A Passion for Truth, New York Times Book Review, January 13, 1974, p. 22.
  • Sol Tanenzapf, “Abraham Heschel and his Critics,” in Judaism, Vol. 23, No. 3 (Summer, 1974), pp. 276-286.
  • Nathan Rotenstreich, “On Prophetic Consciousness,” The Journal of Religion, Vol. 54, No. 3 (July, 1974), pp. 185-198.
  • Harold M. Schulweis, “Charles Hartshorne and the Defenders of Heschel,” in Judaism, Vol. 24, No. 1 (Winter, 1975), pp. 58-62. [response to Tanenzapf’s article.]
  • John C. Merkle, “Worship, Insight and Faith in the Theology of Abraham Joshua Heschel,” Worship, 49 (December, 1975), pp. 583-596.
  • William Kaufman, “Abraham Joshua Heschel: The Meaning Beyond Mystery,” in Contemporary Jewish Philosophers, New York: Reconstructionist Press, 1976, pp.142-174.
  • John C. Merkle, “Abraham Joshua Heschel (1907-1972),” Louvain Studies, 6 (Spring, 1976), pp. 54-59.
  • Byron Sherwin, “Journey of a Soul: Abraham Joshua Heschel’s Quest for Self-Understanding,” Religion in Life, (Fall, 1976), pp. 270-277)
  • Maurice Friedman, “Divine Need and Human Wonder: The Philosophy of A.J. Heschel,”  Judaism 25, 1 (Winter, 1976), pp. 65-78.
  • Edward K. Kaplan, “Mysticism and Despair in Abraham J. Heschel’s Religious Thought,” in The Journal of Religion, 57, 1 (January, 1977), pp.33-47.
  • John C. Merkle, ”Religious Experience Through Conscience in the Religious Philosophy of Abraham Joshua Heschel,” Louvain Studies, 6 (Fall, 1977), pp. 354-465.
  • John Morgan, “From Human Being to Being Human: The Creative Dialectic in Rabbi Heschel’s Thought,” American Benedictine Review, 28 (December, 1977), pp. 413-430.
  • John C. Merkle, “The Sublime, the Human, and the Divine in the Depth Theology of Abraham Joshua Heschel,” The Journal of Religion, 58 (October, 1978), pp. 365-379.
  • Byron L. Sherwin, Abraham Joshua Heschel (Makers of Contemporary Theology Series), Atlanta: John Knox Press, 1979.
  • Harold Kasimow, Divine-Human Encounter: A Study of Abraham Joshua Heschel, Washington DC: University Press of America, 1979.
  • John Weborg, “Abraham Joshua Heschel: A Study in Anthropopodicy,” Anglican Theological Review 61 (October, 1979), pp. 483-497.
  • David Hartman, The Breakdown of Tradition and the Quest for Renewal, Reflections on Three Jewish Responses to Modernity, Jerusalem: Dr. David Hartman, 1980 (published by the Gate Press, Montreal), pp. 40-50.
  • S. Daniel Breslauer, "Abraham J. Heschel's Politics of Nostalgia," Journal of Church and State 22:2, 307-313, 1980.
  • Steven J. Katz, “Abraham Joshua Heschel and Hasidism,” Journal of Jewish Studies, 31 (Spring, 1980), pp. 82-104.
  • Jacob Neusner, Stranger at Home: “The Holocaust,” Zionism, and American Judaism, U. of Chicago Press, 1981, pp.82-85 re significance of Heschel’s YIVO speech.
  • John C. Merkle, “Tradition, Faith and Identity in Abraham Joshua Heschel’s Religious Philosophy,” Conservative Judaism, 36 (Winter, 1982-1983), pp. 13-25.
  • Edward K. Kaplan, “Contemplative Inwardness and Prophetic Action: Thomas Merton’s Dialogue with Judaism,” in Thomas Merton: Pilgrim in Progress, eds. Grayston and Higgens (Toronto: Griffin Press, 1983), pp. 85-105, with correspondence between Heschel and Merton.
  • Marc H. Tannenbaum, “Heschel and Vatican II: Jewish-Christian Relations,” unpublished paper presented at Jewish Theological Seminary, February 21, 1983.
  • Samuel H. Dresner, “The Contribution of Abraham Joshua Heschel,” Judaism 32, (Winter, 1983) pp. 57-69.
  • Harold Stern, “A.J. Heschel, Irenic Polemicist,” Proceedings of the Rabbinical Assembly, 1983, pp. 169-177.
  • David Blumenthal, review of Maimonides in Jewish Social Studies, 34, 34:108-9, 1983.
  • John C. Merkle, “The Meaning and Status of Torah in the Theology of Abraham Joshua Heschel, Religious Studies Bulletin, 4 (January, 1984) pp. 9-18.
  • John C. Merkle, The Genesis of Faith: The Depth Theology of Abraham Joshua Heschel, New York, Macmillan, 1985.
  • Thomas Merton, The Hidden Ground of Love; The Letters of Thomas Merton on Religious Experience and Social Concerns, edited by William H. Shannon, Farrar, Strauss, Giroux, 1985.
  • John C. Merkle (ed.), Abraham Joshua Heschel: Exploring His Life and Thought, New York, Macmillan, 1985.
  • Arnold Eisen, Modern Reflections on Homelessness and Homecoming, Indiana University Press, 1986, pp. 169-72—re. Heschel’s views on Israel in an American context.
  • Thomas Stransky, “The Catholic-Jewish Dialogue: Twenty Years After Nostra Aetate,”  America, 154 No. 5 (2/8/86), 92-97
  • Maurice Friedman, Abraham Joshua Heschel and Elie Wiesel: You are My Witnesses, Farrar, Strauss, Giroux, 1987.
  • Donald J. Moore, The Human and the Holy: The Spirituality of Abraham Joshua Heschel, New York: Fordham University Press, 1989.
  • Lawrence Perlman, Abraham Heschel’s Idea of Revelation, Atlanta: Scolars Press, 1989.
  • Arnold M. Eisen, “Re-reading Heschel on the Commandments,” Modern Judaism 9 (February, 1989), pp. 1-33.
  • Fritz A. Rothschild (ed.), Jewish Perspectives on Christianity: Leo Baeck, Martin Buber, Franz Rosenzweig, Will Herberg, and Abraham J. Heschel, New York: Crossroad, 1990; Continuum (paperback), 1996, chapter V, pp. 267-340.
  • David Hartman, Conflicting Visions: Spiritual Possibilities of Modern Israel, New York: Schocken Books, 1990, pp. 173-183.
  • Fierman, Morton C., Leap of Action: Ideas in the Theology of Abraham Joshua Heschel, University Press of America, 1990.
  • Harold Kasimow and Byron L. Sherwin (eds.), No Religion is an Island: Abraham Joshua Heschel and Interreligious Dialogue, Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 1991.
  • Samuel H. Dresner, “Heschel and Halakhah,” Conservative Judaism 43, 1991, pp. 18-32.
  • David R. Blumenthal, “Abraham Joshua Heschel: The Inadequacy of the Ecumenical Perspective, Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 29 (Spring, 1992) 249-253.
  • Edward K. Kaplan, Abraham Joshua Heschel,” in Interpreters of Judaism in the Late Twentieth Century, ed. Steven T. Katz, Washington, D.C., 1993, pp. 131-50.
  • Jeffrey Shandler, “Heschel and Yiddish; a struggle with signification”, in Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy, vol 2, 1993, pp. 245-99
  • Karl Plank, "The Eclipse of Difference: Merton's Encounter with Judaism," in Cistercian Studies 28/2 (1993): pp. 179-91.
  • Edward K. Kaplan, “Metaphor and Miracle: Abraham Joshua Heschel and the Holy Spirit,” in Conservative Judaism, Vol. 56, 2 (Winter, 1994), pp. 3-18.
  • Edward K. Kaplan, “Sacred versus Symbolic Religion: Abraham Joshua Heschel and Martin Buber,” in Modern Judaism, 14 (Fall, 1994), pp. 213-231.
  • Edward K. Kaplan, “God in Exile: Abraham Joshua Heschel, Translator of the Spirit,” in Bridging the Abyss: Essays in Honor of Harry Zohn, eds. Amy Colin and Elisabeth Strenger (Munich: Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 1994), pp. 239-54.
  • Edward K. Kaplan, “The American Mission of Abraham Joshua Heschel,” in The Americanization of the Jews, eds. Robert M. Seltzer and Norman J. Cohen (New York University Press, 1994), pp. 355-374.
  • Elie Wiesel, Memoirs: All Rivers Run to the Sea, Schocken Books, 1995.
  • Eugene Borowitz, "Abraham J. Heschel: Thinking About Our Teacher." In What Kind of God?, edited by Betty R. Rubenstein and Michael Berenbaum. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1995.
  • Edward K. Kaplan, Holiness in Words: Abraham Joshua Heschel’s Poetics of Piety, Albany: State University of New York, 1996.
  • Arthur Green, “Three Warsaw Mystics,” Jerusalem Studies in Jewish Thought, Vol. 13 (1996), pp. 1-58.
  • Eugene Weiner, “The Challenge of Engaging Post-Assimilationist Jews,”  Conservative Judaism, Fall, 1996, pp. 3-13.
  • Edward K. Kaplan, “Abraham Heschel,” in Yale Companion to Jewish Writing and Thought in Germany, 1096-1996, eds. Gilman and Zipes (Yale University Press, 1997), pp. 526-531.
  • Arnold Jacob Wolfe, Unfinished Rabbi,Selected Writings, Ivan R. Dee, 1998.
  • Edward K. Kaplan and Samuel Dresner, Abraham Joshua Heschel; Prophetic Witness, New Haven & London, Yale University Press, 1998.
  • Edward W. Bristow,  editor, No religion is an Island; the Nostra Aetate dialogues, Fordham U., 1998 (chapter on Heschel by Eugene Borowitz and Daniel Berrigan).
  • Arthur Green,  “Abraham Joshua Heschel: A Memoir;”  Tikkun, 1/98, p45. 
  • [note: 1/98 issue of Tikkun has several articles on Heschel]
  • Conservative Judaism: Abraham Joshua Heschel, a twenty-fifth yahrzeit tribute, Volume 50, No. 2-3 (Winter/Spring, 1998), 192 pages of articles, commentary, poetry, reminiscences.
  • Jon D. Levenson, “The Contradictions of A.J. Heschel,” Commentary, July, 1998.
  • Susannah Heschel, “Theological Affinities in the Writings of Abraham Joshua Heschel and Martin Luther King, Jr.,” in Black Zion: African-American Religious Encounters with Judaism, ed. Yvonne Chireau and Nathaniel Deutsch, New York: Oxford University Press, 1999, pp.168-188.  Reprinted in Conservative Judaism vol. 50, no2-3 (Winter/Spring, 1998), 126-143.
  • David Hartman, A Heart of Many Rooms: Celebrating the Many Voices Within Judaism, Jewish Lights Publishing, 1999.
  • Harold Kasimov, “Swami Vivekananda and Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants , Shofar,” Spring 99, Volume 17, No. 3.
  • Yehudah Mirsky, “The Rhapsodist,” The New Republic, April 19, 1999.
  • Morris M. Faierstein, “Abraham Joshua Heschel and the Holocaust,” Modern Judaism, Vol. 19, No. 3 (October, 1999), pp. 255-275.
  • Rivka Horwitz, “Abraham Joshua Heschel on Prayer and His Hasidic Sources,” Modern Judaism, Vol. 19, No. 3 (October 1999), pp. 293-310.
  • Edward K. Kaplan, “Abraham Joshua Heschel in Poland: Hasidism enters Modernity,” Polin. Studies in Polish Jewry, vol 13 (2000), pp. 383-398.
  • Michael Heymel, “A Witness to the Existence of God: Music in the Work of Abraham J. Heschel,” trans. by Sarah E. Miller, in Judaism, Vol. 49, No. 4 (Fall 2000), pp. 399-410.
  • Edward K. Kaplan, “Heschel as Philosopher: Phenomenology and the Rhetoric of Revelation,” Modern Judaism, 21, 1 (February, 2001), pp. 1-14.
  • Michael J. Shire, The Jewish Prophet : visionary words from Moses and Miriam to Henrietta Szold and A.J. Heschel, Woodstock, Vt. Jewish Lights, 2001.
  • Samuel Dresner, Heschel, Hasidim, and Halakha, Fordham University Press, 2002.
  • Beatrice Bruteau (ed.), Merton & Judaism: Recognition, Repentence and Renewal,  Fons Vitae, 2003.
  • Or. N. Rose and Susannah Heschel, Abraham Joshua Heschel, Man of Spirit, Man of Action, Jewish Publication Society of America, 2003.
  • Michael A. Chester, Divine Pathos and Human Being; The Theology of Abraham Joshua Heschel, Mitchell Vallentine & Company, 2005.
  • Edward K. Kaplan, Spiritual Radical: Abraham Joshua Heschel in America; 1940-1972, Yale University Press, 2007.

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