JEWISH VIEWS OF THE AFTERLIFE. Revised 3rd, 25th anniversary edition. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, Publishers, (Pending 2019).
MAY THE ANGELS CARRY YOU – JEWISH PRAYERS AND MEDITATIONS FOR THE DEATHBED. Boulder, CO: Albion-Andalus Inc., 2016, 124 pages.
“Yizkor on the Last Day of Passover” KOL ALEPH – The Voice of Aleph: Alliance for Jewish Renewal (April 25, 2016).
LIVING AND DYING IN ANCIENT TIMES: DEATH, BURIAL AND MOURNING IN BIBICAL TRADITION. Boulder, CO: Albion-Andalus Inc., 2015, 100 pages.
THE GRIEF JOURNEY AND THE AFTERLIFE: JEWISH PASTORAL CARE FOR BEREAVEMENT. Boulder, CO: Albion-Andalus Inc., 2015, 88 pages.
“Yizkor and the Mourner’s Path: The Personal Odyssey of a Grief Therapist” Jewish Exponent (April 1, 2015) pp. 14-15.
“Remembering Reb Zalman, My Teacher and Friend” Jewish Exponent (July 7, 2014) p. 7, 24.
“Beyond Bodily Death” in “Jewish Thinking on the Afterlife: A Moment Magazine Symposium” Moment (July/August 2011) p. 36.
“’Miriam Took Her Timbrel Out and all the Women Danced’: A Midrashic Motif of Contemporary Jewish Feminism”. Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary Journal, (Winter 2010) Vol. 7, No. 2.
“Psalms for the Post-Modern Man” in BROTHER KEEPERS – NEW PERSPECTIVES ON JEWISH MASCULINITY, edited by Harry Brod & Shawn Zevit. Harriman, TN: Men’s Studies Press, 2010.
JEWISH VIEWS OF THE AFTERLIFE. Revised second edition. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, Publishers, 2009.
“Afterlife: Medieval Judaism” in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE BIBLE AND ITS RECEPTION, Vol. 1. Berlin: Vaerlag Walter de Gruyter, 2009.
“Kashrut and Halal: Sharing of Food and New Directions for Jewish-Muslim Dialog in Post-9/11 America” (2009) https://www.shalomctr.org/node/1508.
“Commentary” on WELCOMING CHILDREN by Richard Hirsh in A GUIDE TO JEWISH PRACTICE, VOLUME 3 – THE LIFE CYCLE, edited by David A. Teutsch. Wyncote, PA: Reconstructionist Rabbinical College Press, 2008, 2014.
“Poems of Life and Death: March of the Living, Poland April 2006” http://motl.org/?p=2534
“Commentary” and Content Consultant on THE JOURNEY OF MOURNING by Richard Hirsh in A GUIDE TO JEWISH PRACTICE, VOLUME 3 – THE LIFE CYCLE, edited by David A. Teutsch. Wyncote, PA: Reconstructionist Rabbinical College Press, 2006, 2014).
“Ask the Rabbis – What does Judaism have to say about life after death (from the perspective of): Jewish Renewal”. Moment, (February 2006), pp. 30-31.
“Pens and Poetry” Pennant – A Publication of the Pen Collectors of America, (Spring-Summer 2004), p. 36.
“The Pregnant Father Ponders” Adoption Today, (July 2002), p. 33.
“Jewish Pastoral Care for Grief and Bereavement” in JEWISH PASTORAL CARE: A PRACTICAL HANDBOOK FROM TRADITIONAL AND CONTEMPORARY SOURCES, editedby Dayle A. Friedman. Woodstock, VT: Jewish Lights Press, 2001.
“Kabbalistic Conceptions of Death” in 3 MINUTE DISCOURSES ON KABBALAH, Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson Inc., Publishers, 2001.
“Forward” to JEWISH BOOK OF LIVING AND DYING by Lewis Solomon. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson Inc., Publishers, 1999.
Content Consultant on JEWISH BOOK OF LIVING AND DYING by Lewis Solomon. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson Inc., Publishers, 1999.
“A Meditation for Yizkor [Memorial Prayer]” in KOL HANESHAMAH – PRAYERBOOK FOR THE DAYS OF AWE. Wyncote, PA: Jewish Reconstructionist Fellowship, 1999.
“A Jewish Adoption Ceremony to Welcome Our Daughter”, Co-authored with Geela Rayzel Raphael, (January 1999) http://www.jewishfamily.com/jc/lifecycle/a_ceremony_to.phtml
“Death, Grief and Renewal: Love Across the Jewish Barricades” New Menorah, No. 53 (Fall 1998), pp. 7-10.
“Foreword” to A BOOK ABOUT DYING: PREPARING FOR ETERNAL LIFE by Robert Kirven. West Chester, PA: Chrysalis Books, 1997.
“The Dying Rebbe: A Model for Conscious Transition” Gnosis, (December 1996), pp. 62-63.
JEWISH VIEWS OF THE AFTERLIFE, NJ: Jason Aronson Inc., Publishers. Hardcover edition, 1994; softcover edition, 1996, 475 pages.
“The Dance of Rainbow Colors” in THE FIFTY-EIGHTH CENTURY: A JEWISH RENEWAL SOURCE BOOK, edited by Shohama Wiener. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson Publishers, 1996.
“Depictions of the Afterlife in Kabbalistic Judaism” What’s Next?, (Winter 1995), p. 28.
“Is There Afterlife After Auschwitz?: Reflections on Life After Death in the Twentieth Century,” Judaism, Vol. 41, No. 4 (Fall 1992), pp. 346-360.
“Co-Parenting Covenant” (Co-authored with Geela Rayzel Robinson-Raphael), New Menorah – Journal of Jewish Renewal, Second Series, No. 24, Spring 1991, pp. 9-10.
“Covenant Guidelines for Creative Relationships” (Co-authored with Geela Rayzel Robinson-Raphael), New Menorah – Journal of Jewish Renewal, 2nd Series, No. 18, Winter 1989, pp. 3ff.
“Personal Reflections on the Intifada” Viewpoints – Canadian Jewish News, August 1989.
PAMPHLET SERIES: Understanding Yahrzeit and Yizkor; Understanding Grief and Bereavement; Understanding the Unveiling (Toronto: Benjamin Family Foundation, 1988).
Guidelines to Understanding the Tradition of Shiva (Toronto: Benjamin Family Foundation, 1987) 16 pp.
Editor, Nichum Avelim: Comforting the Mourners, by Michelle B. Goodman (Toronto: Benjamin Family Foundation, 1987) pamphlet 27 pp.
“Responding to Bruria’s Cry: Bereavement Support in the Jewish Community” Jewish Funeral Director Vol. 55, No. 2, (Summer 1987), pp. 6ff.
“The Next Frontier: Bereavement Support Services”. Jewish Funeral Director 55, 1 (Spr. 1987), pp. 14-15.
“Judaism’s Contribution to the Psychology of Death and Dying”. Ph.D. Dissertation. (Ann Arbor, MI.: University Microfilms International, 1986) 396 pp.
“Vidui – The Deathbed Confession”. New Menorah, No. 3 (1985), pp. 4-5.
“Introduction” to “Inspirational Shabbos Liturgy” by Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi. Response, No. 41-42, (Fall-Winter 1982), p. 100.
“Moon Rite: Dance and Prayer of Kiddush Levana”. (Co-authored with H. P. Frydman) Menorah: Sparks of Jewish Renewal, Vol. II, No. 1 (December 1980), pp. 6-8.
“East Meets West”. Yoga Journal, July/August 1977.
“Journey of Spaceship Earth: Donald Keys on the Spiritual Role of the United Nations” The Literary Supplement of The Georgian, March 18, 1975.
“Divine Light Mission”. The Literary Supplement of The Georgian, January 9, 1973.