Publications

Frankfurt, Germany. Circa. 1945.

Monographs:

  • Michael Helding: Ein Katholischer Humanist im Ukreis der Neuordnung des 16. Jahrunderts (1506-1561). Sigmaringen: Hohenzollern’sche Jahreshefte. Doctorate in Sacred Theology Dissertation, 1965.
  • Horkheimer’s Critical Sociology of Religion: The Relative and the Transcendent. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1987. Original published by University Press of America, 1979.
  • Hegel’s Philosophy of History: Theological, Humanistic, and Scientific Elements. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1987. Originally published by University Press of America, 1979.
  • From Critical Theory of Society to Theology of Communicative Praxis. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1987. Originally published by University Press of America, 1979.
  • Hegel’s Concept of Marriage and Family: The Origins of Subjective Freedom. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1987. Originally published by University Press of America, 1979.
  • Recht, Macht, und Liebe: Georg W.F. Rudolphi’s Prophetische Politische Theology. Frankfurt a.M.: Haag und Herschen, 1993.
  • From Critical Theory to Critical Political Theology: Personal Autonomy and Universal Solidarity. New York: Peter Lang, 1994. Originally published as From Critical Theory to Communicative Political Theology: Universal Solidarity. New York: Peter Lang, 1989.
  • The Dialectic of Revelation and Autonomous Reason. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada: St. Thomas University Press, 1994.
  • Critical Reflections on the Dialectical Relationship between Theology and Religiology and other Human and Social Sciences. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada: St. Thomas University Press, 1994.
  • Kant, Hegel, and Habermas: On War and Peace. Ioannina, Greece: Philosophike Schole Panepistemiou Ioanninon, 1995.
  • Critical Theory of Religion: The Frankfurt School. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2001. Originally published as Critical theory of Religion: The Frankfurt School – From Universal Pragmatic to Political Theology. Berlin/New York: Mouton Publishers, 1985.
  • Le relative et le transcendant: la sociologie critique de la religion de Max Horkheimer. Paris, France: L’Harmattan, 2006.
  • Lex Talionis: Religion, force et terreur. France: Abjat Sur Bandiat, 2006.
  • Manifesto of the Critical Theory of Society and Religion (3 Vols.). Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, 2010.
  • The Development of Moral Consciousness Toward a Global Ethos. New Delhi, Sanbun Publishers, 2012.
  • The Evolution of Religious Consciousness Toward Alternative Futures. New Delhi, Sanbun Publishers, 2012.
  • Toward a Radical Interpretation of the Abrahamic Religions: In Search for the Wholly Other. New Delhi: Sanbun Publishers, 2012.
  • The World Religions in the Global Public Sphere: Toward Concrete Freedom and Material Democracy. New Dehli: Sanbun Publishers, 2013. 
  • Polemics, Revolt, and Provolution in Christianity and other World Religions. New Delhi, Sanbun Publishers, 2014.
  • Early Critical Theory of Religion: The Island of Happiness. Edited by Karen Shoup-Pilarski and Dustin J. Byrd. New Dehli, Sanbun Publishers, 2014.
  • The Future of Religion: Creator, Exodus, Son of Man, and Kingdom. Edited by Michael R. Ott. New Dehli: Sanbun Publishers, 2016.
  • Moral Polemics and Revolution in Christianity and other World Religions. New Dehli: Sanbun Publishers, 2017.
  • The World Religions in Idealistic and Materialistic Perspective: The Loss and the Recovery of the Idea. New Dehli: Sanbun Publishers, 2019.
  • The Evolution of the Critical Theory of Religion and Society: Union, Disunion, and Reunion of the Sacred and the Profane (1946-2019). New Dehli: Sanbun Publishers, 2020.

Forthcoming Monographs:

  • Hegel and the Critical Theory of Religion. Kalamazoo, MI: Ekpyrosis Press, 2021.
  • The Frankfurt School and Political Theology: Determinate Negation. Kalamazoo, MI: Ekpyrosis Press, 2022.
  • Walter Benjamin’s Critical Theory: From Mysticism to Historical Materialism.
  • Religion and Revolution: Emancipation and Redemption
  • Psychological Elements of Religion: The Longing for Wholeness and the Totally Other. San Diego, CA: Cognella Academic Publishing, 2021.

Forthcoming Articles and Book Chapters:

  • “A Dialectical Approach to the Roman Religion of Utility: The Hinges of History,” co-authored with Dustin J. Byrd in the forthcoming book, Dialectics of Religion and the Roman World, edited by Dies van der Linde (University of Amsterdam) and Francesca Mazzilli (Durham University). It is to be published by Franz Steiner Verlag (Germany), in their series “Potsdamer Altertumswissenschaftliche Beiträge” (2021).

Articles of the 1950s:

  • “Die Kirche und die moderne Industrie,” (The Church and Modern Industry), Rundschau, September, 1957.
  • “Jugendschutz – aber wie?” (Legal Pro-tection for Youth – But How?”), Rundschau, March, 1959. 
  • “Der unbetreute Untergrund der Massen,” (The Unprotected Underground of the Masses), Pädagogische Provinz, 13. Jahrgang, Heft 10 (1959): 517-529.

Articles of the 1960s:

  • “Das Jugendarbeitsschutzgesetz: Ärgernis oder sozialer Fort-schritt?” (Youth Labor Protection Laws: A Scandal or Progress?), Westfalenpost, October, 1960. 
  • “Die Kirche, das bist Du,” (The Church – That is You), Rundschau, November, 1960. 
  • “Laienchrist muss aktiv werden,” (Catholic Laymen Must Become Active), Westfalenpost, November, 1960.
  • “Den Parolen des Klassenkampfes Nächstenliebe entgegenstellen,” (Love versus Class Struggle), Westfalenpost, November, 1960. 
  • “Von Bismarck bis Adolf Hitler,” (From Bismarck to Adolf Hitler), Westfalenpost, April, 1961. 
  • “Woran scheitern wir im Leben?” (What Makes Life a Failure?), Westfälische Rundschau, June, 1961. 
  • “Amerikas Versuchungen,” (America’s Temptations), Westfalenpost, June, 1961. 
  • “Ohne mich ist kein Standpunkt,” (Non-Commitment is no Alternative),Westfalenpost, July, 1961. 
  • “Berufsaufbauschule – Chance fur die Zukunft,” (Second Educational Way – Chance for the Future), Westfalenpost, July 1961. 
  • “Auch uber die Grenzen blicken,” (Against Ethnocentricity), Westfalenpost, July,1961. 
  • “Das Jugendarbeitsschutzgesetz: Ärgernis oder sozialer Fort-schritt?” (Youth Labor Protection Laws: A Scandal or Progress?), Westfalenpost, October, 1961. 
  • “Von Bismarck bis Adolf Hitler,” (From Bismarck to Adolf Hitler), Westfalenpost, April, 1961. 
  • “Woran scheitern wir im Leben?” (What Makes Life a Failure?), Westfälische Rundschau, June, 1961. 
  • “Amerikas Versuchungen,” (America’s Temptations), Westfalenpost, June, 1961. 
  • “Ohne mich ist kein Standpunkt,” (Non-Commitment is no Alternative), Westfalenpost, July, 1961. 
  • “Berufsaufbauschule – Chance fur die Zukunft,” (Second Educational Way – Chance for the Future), Westfalenpost, July, 1961. 
  • “Auch uber die Grenzen blicken,” (Against Ethnocentricity), Westfalenpost, July, 1961. 
  • “Zum Jugendschutzgesetz in Europäischer Perspektive,” (Youth Labor Protection Law in European Perspective) Pädagogische Provinz,15. Jahrgang, October, 1961. 
  • “Enzyklika will wirtschaftliche Verhältnisse nicht zementieren,” (The Social Encyclical Does Not Want to Cement the Social and Economic Status Quo), Westfalenpost, October, 1961. 
  • “Das Konzil sucht neue Wege,” (The Council Tries to Find New Solutions), Westfalenpost, November, 1961. 
  • “Menschsein aus dem Bildungsdrang,” (Humanization Through Education), Westfalenpost, November, 1961. 
  • “Der toten Vermächtnis: Solidarität gegen den Tod,” (Solidarity Against Death). Rundschau, November, 1961. 
  • “Gesellschaftsreform-Dienst am Menschen,” (Social Reform-A Service to Man), Westfalenpost, November, 1961. 
  • “Priester und moderne Gesellschaft,” (Priests and Modern Society), Rundschau, January, 1962. 
  • “Spiritismus: Ersatz und Aberglauben,” (Spiritism: Ersatz and Superstition), Westfalenpost, February, 1962. 
  • “Ehe und Familie im Umbruch,” (Marriage and Family in Transition), Westfalenpost, March, 1962. 
  • “Gibt es eine soziale Frage?” (Is There a Social Question), Westfalenpost, April, 1962. 
  • “Maschinen lassen den Geist verkummern,” (Machines Kill the Spirit), Westfalenpost, April, 1962. 
  • “Reklame produziert Konsumbedurfnisse,” (Advertisement Produces Artificial Needs), Westfalenpost, April, 1962. 
  • “Christianity and Antisemitism.” Bulletin of the History Teachers’ Club of Notre Dame, October-November, 1962: 6-11. 
  • “A German Experience,” At the Crossroads 5 no. 2&3 (1966): 12-14. 
  • “The Jewish Tragedy: The How and Why,” review of The Holocaust: The Destruction of European Jewry 1933-1945, by Nora Levin. Kalamazoo Gazette, February 14, 1968. 
  • “Zuschrift,” Frankfurter Hefte, XXIV (Dec 1969): 825-826. 
  • “The University and Social Change.” Perspectives (WMU) 1, no. 2 (October 1969): 31-47.

Articles of the 1970s:

  • Review: Religion in Ancient History by S.F.G. Brandon. The Thomas 34, no. 4 (October 1970): 679-688.
  • “Political Theology.” The Ecumenist, 9 no. 5 (July-August 1971): 65-71. 
  • “Christian Social Ethics and the Problem of Social Change.” Perspective (Journal of the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary) 7, no. 3 (Fall 1971): 53-77. 
  • Review: The Greening of America, by Charles A. Reich. The Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 10, no. 3 (Autumn 1971): 255-257. 
  • “Hegel and the Rebellion and Counter-Rebellion of Youth.” Perspectives 3, no. 2 (Fall 1971): 53-57. 
  • “George McGovern.” Kalamazoo Gazette, CXXXIX, No. 205, A7 (May 12, 1972). 
  • “Why Vote for McGovern?” Kalamazoo Gazette, CXXXX, No. 15 (Nov. 15, 1972). 
  • “Hegel and Theology.” The Ecumenist 7, no. 1 (Nov-Dec 1973): 1-6. 
  • William K. Frankena, “Ethics.” Review for The Michigan Academician VII, No. 2 (Fall 1973/1974): 266-269.
  • “Religion in the Perspective of Critical Sociology.” Concilium 10, no. 1 (January 1974): 56-69. Also translated into German.
  • “Hegel’s Political Theology: Liberation.” The Ecumenist 12, no. 3 (March-April 1974): 33-41. 
  • “Francis Littna: The Principle of Subjectivity.” Grand Rapids Art Museum (Nov. 1975): 1-4. 
  • “From Aquinas to Hegel: The Principle of Subjectivity.” The Michigan Academician 7, no. 4 (Spring 1976): 409-436. 
  • “Change, Value and Adult Education,” Chrysallis 1, no. 1 (Summer 1975): 14-25. 
  • “Max Horkheimer: Theology and Positivism I.” The Ecumenist 14, no. 3 (Jan-Feb 1976): 19-23. 
  • “Horkheimer’s Sociology of Religion.” Telos 30 (Winter 1976-1977): 127-144.
  • “Max Horkheimer: Theology and Positivism II.” The Ecumenist 14, no. 5 (March-April 1976): 42-45. 
  • “Hegel’s Philosophy of History: Its Historical Consequences.” In Encyclopedia Moderna. University of Zagreb, Yugoslavia, XI (1976): 100-111.
  • “Adorno’s Critical Theory of Religion: Toward a Negative Theology” Philosophy of Religion and Theology: 1976 Proceedings. Compiled by Peter Slater. (Missoula, Montana: American Academy of Religion/Scholars Press, 1976), 115-117.
  • “The New Religious Dimension in Western Marxism: I.” Horizons 3, no. 2 (1976): 217-236. 
  • “The New Religious Dimension in Western Marxism: II.” Horizons 4, no. 1 (1977): 43-59.
  • “Hegel on Marriage and Family: The Origin of Subjective Freedom,” Proceedings of the 1976 Conference of the Hegel Society of America, Villanova University, Villanova, PA: Humanities Press 1977, 33-35. 
  • “The New Marxist Conception of Christianity: Hope versus Positivism,” Part 1. The Anglican Theological Review LIX, no. 3 (July 1977): 237-259. 
  • “The New Marxist Conception of Christianity: Hope versus Positivism,” Part 2. The Anglican Theological Review, LIX no. 4 (Oct. 1977): 387-412. 
  • “Fromm’s Theory of Religion.” Telos 34 (Winter 1977-1978): 111-120.
  • Karl Marx: The Roots of his Thoughts, by J.R.D. Hoeven. Reviewed for International Journal of Philosophy and Religion 9 no. 2 (June 1978): 122-123. 
  • “Peukert’s New Critical Theology I.” The Ecumenist 16, no. 4 (May-June 1978): 52-58. 
  • “Peukert’s New Critical Theology II.” The Ecumenist 16, no. 5 (July-August 1978): 78-80. 
  • “Communication without Domination.” In Communication in the Church, edited by Gregory Baum and Andrew Greeley, 81-94. New York: Seabury Press, 1978.
  • “Communication sans Domination.” (Communication without Domination). Concilium 131 (1978): 117-131.
  • “Hans Kung: Toward a Negative Theology.” The Ecumenist 17, no. 2 (January-February 1979): 17-21. 
  • “The Future of Marriage and Family: Withering Away or Restructuring.” In Concilium: The Family in Crisis or in Transition: A Sociological and Theologica Perspective, edited by Andrew Greeley, 35-46. New York: Seabury Press, 1979. 

Articles of the 1980s:

  • “The Church from Below: Küng and Metz.” Cross Currents 31, no. 1 (Spring 1980): 62-84.
  • “Ernesto Cardenal and the Nicaraguan Revolution: From Theological Theory to Revolutionary Praxis,” Cross Currents 30, no. 3 (Fall 1980): 241-251. 
  • “Work and Religion in Hegel’s Thought.” In Work and Religion, edited by Gregory Baum, 117-128. Concilium 131. Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 1980.
  • “Parsons’ Analytical Theory of Religion as Ultimate Reality.” In Sociology and Human Destiny: Essays on Sociology, Religion and Society, edited by Gregory Baum, 27-55. New York: The Seabury Press, 1980.
  • “Religion and Psychoanalysis : European Situation,” Concilium (January 1982): 18-24. 
  • “The Phenomenon of Racism.” In The Church and Racism, edited by Gregory Baum and John Coleman, 18-24. Concilium 151 no. 1. New York: The Seabury Press, 1982.
  • “Creation and Redemption.” The Ecumenist 20, no. 5 (July-August 1982): 20-35. “Adorno’s Theory of Religion.” Telos 58 (1983): 108-114.
  • “Dialectical Materialism and Political Theology: Two Views of the Future.” World Futures 19, no. 1&2 (1983): 61-99.
  • “Toward a Critical Catholicism: Küng and Metz.” Anglican Theological Review LXV no. 1 (January 1983): 1-13. 
  • “Toward a Critical Catholicism: Küng and Metz.” Anglican Theological Review LXV no. 2 (April 1983): 144-163.
  • “Hegel on the Dialectic of Civil Society: Alternative Futures.” Proceedings of the International Hegel Society (November 1984): 20-60.
  • “The Critical Theory of Religion.” Kulturni Radnick (August 1984), 70-87. 
  • “The Frankfurt School: Enlightenment and Sexuality.” In The Sexual Revolution, edited by Gregory Baum and John Coleman, 27-27. Concilium 173 no. 3, 1984.
  • “Nova dimenzija religije u marksizmu na Zapadu.” Translation of “New Religious Dimension in Western Marxism,” Nova et Vetera, XXXIII (1984), 61-91. Sarajevo.
  • “Three Alternative Futures: Hegel’s Philosophy of Society and History.” World Futures 20, no. 3&4 (1985): 231-297.
  •  “Overview of Common Transcultural Values that may Originate from Religious Teachings of the World.” In Common Values for Humankind?: A Colloquium (Strasbourg, France: EFIL, 1985): 30-56. 
  • “Hegel on the Dialectic of Civil Society: Alternative Futures,” Proceedings of the International Hegel Society (Zurich: October 1985), 40-51. 
  • “Response” to J. Toews on “Habermas’s Critical Theory: Theological Dimension,” Conrad Grebel Review, 3 (Fall 1985): 288-292. 
  • “Urbanization as a World Trend: A Challenge to the Churches,” in Missiology: An International Review XIII, no. 4 (October 1985): 429-443. 
  • “Habermas’s Critical Theory: Theological Dimension.” The Conrad Grebel Review 3, no. 1 (Winter 1985): 22-39. 
  • “Habermas’s Reconstruction of Historical Materialism: Religious Dimension, Part 1.” Centre Oecumenique de Liaisons Internationales (COELI) 1 (June 1986): 1-6. 
  • “Habermas’s Reconstruction of Historical Materialism: Religious Dimension, Part 2.” Centre Oecumenique de Liaisons Internationales (COELI) 2 (September 1986): 10-18. 
  • “Marxism.” In New Dictionary of Theology (Wilmington, DE: Michael Glazier Inc., 1987), 214-218. 
  • “Hegel on the Dialectic of Civil Society: Alternative Futures” Hegel Jahrbuch: (1984/1985): 179-199. 

Articles from the 1990s:

  • “Buduénost religije – problem humanizma” (The Future of Religion: The Problem of Humanism). Synthesis Philosophica 10 no. 2 (1990): 561-569.
  • “The Future of Religion: The Problem of Humanism.” Occasional Papers on Religion in Eastern Europe George Fox University 10, no. 1 (1990): 41-44.
  •  “From Critical Theory to Critical Futurology: Three Alternative Futures.” In Utopia: Imagination and RealityAbstracts. International Conference. University of Haifa, Israel (1990). 
  • “Walter Dirks’ Communicative Political Theology: Revelation and Autonomous Reason.” Cross Currents (Winter 1989-1990): 431-441. 
  • “Marriage / Eucharist / Socialism,” by Walter Dirks. Translated by Rudolf J. Siebert. Cross Currents (Winter 1989-1990): 442-457. 
  •  “Intimation of the Infinite in Horkheimer, Adorno, and Habermas.” The Michigan Academician 22, no. 2 (1990): 161-185. 
  • “The Future of Religion: The Problem of Humanism.” Occasional Papers on Religion in Eastern Europe 10. no. 1 (February 1990): 41-45. 
  • “A German Experience” The Grass Roots Review: A Literary Review by and for Workers 2, no. 1 (Fall 1990), 6-9. 
  • “Habermas’s Theory of Communicative Action: Religion and the Reconstruction of Marxism-Perestroika.” Abstracts. Society of Biblical Literature. (Scholar’s Press/American Academy of Religion, 1990): 161. 
  • “Budunost religije – problem humanizma” Filozofska Istrazivanja 10, no. 2 Zagreb (1990): 561-569.
  • Review: “Dialog und Verständigung. Erwägungen zu einer modernen Verständigungskultur” by H. Fritzsche. University of Rostock, in Deutsche Zeitschrift fur Philosophie, 38/5, 1990, 401-410. Review appeared in Philosophy Documentation Center, July 1991. 
  • Review: “Two Aspects of the Christian-Marxist Dialogue: A Protestant Response,” by H. Fritzsche. Rostock University. Dialectics and Humanism no. 3-4 (1989). Appeared in Philosophy Documentation Center, July 1991.
  • “From Habermas’s Discourse Ethics to Benjamin’s Political Theology: Anamnestic Solidarity.” Abstracts for Religious Studies Program, Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters, 96th Annual Meeting at Central Michigan University, March 6-7, 1992. 
  • “The Theodicy Question according to J.B. Metz and J. Moltmann: God on Trial? The Pain of God?” Abstracts for Religious Studies Program, Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters. Central Michigan University, 96th Annual Meeting, March 6-7, 1992. 
  • “The Hegel-Reception in Horkheimer’s and Adorno’s Critical Theory: Determinate Negation-Theodicy.” Hegel-Jahrbuch (1992): 305-321. 
  • “Critical Thinking in Terms of the Traditional and the Critical Theory,” in Instructional Exchange, Office of University Assessment. Western Michigan University, Fall 1992. 
  • “The Traditional and the Critical Theory.” Heracleitean Society. A Report on Philosophy and Criticism of the Arts and Sciences 16, 1991. 
  • “Habermas’s Communicative Ethics.” Heracleitean Society. A Report on Philosophy and Criticism of the Arts and Sciences 15, 1990: 61-104. 
  • “My Views on Teaching” Perspectives on Teaching: A Collection of Essays by WMU: Alumni Teaching Excellence Award Winners. Faculty Development Services (1992): 42-43. 
  • “The Phenomenon of Racism.” (Bulgarian Translation) Philosophical Alternatives (Bulgaria) (April 1993): 129-135.
  • “The Critique of Force in Right and State: From Hegel through Benjamin and Marcuse to Habermas.” Hegel-Jahrbuch (Winter 1994): 170-186. 
  • “Kant and Hegel: Peace-Keeping or Peace-Making?” Heracleitean Society. Western Michigan University (Fall 1995). 
  • “Kant i Hegel o Ratu i Miru” (Kant and Hegel on War and Peace) Filozofska Istrazivanja 14, no. 2-3 (January 1995): 543-584.
  • “Georg W.F. Hegel’s Theodicy: The Negative in World-History and its Negation.” Hegel-Jahrbuch (1995): 249-262.
  •  “Autobiographical Meditations” (Bulgarian translation) Philosophical Alternatives (Bulgaria) (1996): 84-87. 
  • “Vom Menschlichen Potential der Arbeit bis zu den evolutionären Universalien der Sprache, der Liebe, der Anerkennung und des Staates.” In Der Dialog Begriff am Ende des 20. Jahrhunderts, Berlin (1997): 100-119. 
  • “Life World: From Religion through Demythologization, Disenchantment, Deritualization and Deauraization to Secular Communicative Rationalization,” in Synthesis Philosophica 14, no. 1-2 (1999): 97-125. 
  • “Le multiculturalisme dans l’art moderne e l’esthetique: de Hegel a Adorno” (Multiculturalism in Modern Art and Aesthetics: From Hegel to Adorno). X-Alta no. 2/3 (November 1999): 113-139. 
  • “Il y a un Monde au-delà de Kalamazoo” (There is a World beyond Kalamazoo). X-Alta no. 2/3 (November 1999): 163-175.

Articles from the 2000s:

  • “The Negativity of Modern Art as the Negation of the Negativity of Modern Society: From Hegel to Adorno.” Hegel Jahrbuch (2000): 246-264. 
  • “Religion as Productive Force in the Formation of a Civilized Society.” Ukrainian Journal Religion and Civil Society 28 (February 2002): 1-9. International Seminar Proceeding, Kiev-Simferopol-Yalta, January 14-18, 2002.
  • “Religion and Civil Society: Is the Universalization of Religious or Secular Values and Norms Possible in the Process of Global Modernization?” Ukrainian Journal Religion and Civil Society 28 (February 2002): 30-37. International Seminar Proceeding, Kiev-Simferopol-Yalta, January 14-18.
  • “Christianity as Absolute or Relative Religion: From Hegel to Horkheimer, Benjamin, Adorno and Habermas,” Hegel-Jahrbuch 1 (2002): 108-130. 
  • “The Future of Religion: The Rescue of Religious Semantic Potentials, Motives and Motivations through their Inversion into Secular Discourse and Communicative and Political Action.” In Traditional Religion and Culture in a New Era, Edited by Ramon Bachika. Rutgers University: Transaction Books 2002, 69-114. 
  • “The Open Dialectic Between Religious and Secular Values and Norms: The Course of Civilization in the 21st Century.” In Religious Innovation in a Global Age: Essays on the Construction of Spirituality, Edited by G.N. Lundskow (Jefferson, NC, and London: McFarland & Company Inc. Publishers, 2005): 37-68. 
  • “The Critical Theory of Society: The Longing for the Totally Other.” Critical Sociology 31, 1-2. Leiden: Koninklijke Brill NV, 2005. 
  • “Critical Theory of Religion and Inverse Theology versus Nationalism and Fascism.” Yalta Papers, Yalta, Ukraine. (2005): 227-233. 
  • “Libération et rédemption dans la musique Hegel – Horkheimer – Adorno” (Liberation and Redemption: From Hegel through Horkheimer to Adorno) X-Alta (December 2006): 91-138.
  • “The Critical Theory of Religion: Toward an Open Dialectic Between Religious Faith and Secular Experience and Knowledge.” Forum on Public Policy 2, no. 1 (2006): 1-32.
  •  “Toward a Dialectical Sociology of Religion: A Critique of Positivism and Clerico-Fascism.” In Marx, Critical Theory, and Religion: A Critique of Rational Choice, edited by Warren S. Goldstein (Leiden: Brill, 2006): 61-114.
  • “The Development of the Critical Theory of Religion in Dubrovnik from 1975 to 2007.” In The Future of Religion: Toward a Reconciled Society, edited by Michael R. Ott (Leiden: Brill, 2007): 1-68.
  • “Theology of Revolution versus Theology of Counter-Revolution” In The Future of Religion: Toward a Reconciled Society, edited by Michael R. Ott (Leiden: Brill, 2007): 419-457.
  • “Our Friendship: It began with Thomas Müntzer, Theologian of Revolution,” in Creed and Conscience: Essays in Honor of A. James Reimer, ed. Jeremy M. Bergen, Paul G. Doerksen, Karl Koop. (Kitchener, Ontario: Pandora Press, 2007): 99-113.

Articles from the 2010s:

  • “The Evolution of the Dialectical Religiology: The Longing that the Murderer Shall Not Triumph over the Innocent Victim.” In Social Theory, Religion, and Critical Discourses: Critical Theory in the Postmodern Globe, edited by Seyed Javad Miri. (Berlin: Lap Lambert Academic Publishing, 2011): 21-184.
  • “The Critical Theory of Religion: From Having to Being.” Critical Research on Religion 1, no. 1 (2013): 33-42. Co-authored with Michael R. Ott and Dustin J. Byrd. 
  • “Erich Fromm’s Social-Psychological Theory of Religion.” In Reclaiming the Sane Society: Imagination and Praxis, edited by Miri S.J., Lake R., Kress T.M.(Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2014): 117-136.
  • “Malcolm X – A Martyr of Freedom.” In Malcolm X: From Political Eschatology to Religious Revolutionary, edited by Dustin J. Byrd and Seyed Javad Miri (Leiden: Brill, 2016): 141-178.

Articles from the 2020s:

  • “End or Continuation of World History: The European, Slavic, and American World – A New Paradigm,” in The Rest Write Back: Discourse and Decolonization, edited by Esmaeil Zeiny. (Leiden, ND: Brill, 2019), 46-81; Paperback: (Chicago: Haymarket Books, 2020), 46-81.
  • “The Evolution of the Critical Theory of Religion and Society: Union, Disunion, and Reunion of the Sacred and the Profane (1946-2019).” In The Critique of Religion and Religion’s Critique: On Dialectical Religiology, edited by Dustin J. Byrd. (Leiden: Brill, 2020), 1-114.
  • “Mythology, Enlightenment, and Dialectic: Determinate Negation.” Co-authored with Michael R. Ott & Dustin J. Byrd. In How to Critique Authoritarian Populism: Methodologies of the Frankfurt School. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, 2021.
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