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For the Swiss politician and revolutionary, see Peter Ochs (politician)

Peter Ochs is the Edgar M. Bronfman Professor of Modern Judaic Studies at The University of Virginia, where has served since 1997. He has held teaching positions at Drew University, Colgate University, and the University of Maryland, College Park, as well as visiting lectureships at Hebrew Union College and Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Ochs holds a Ph.D. and B.A. from Yale University and an M.A. from the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York.

Ochs is an influential thinker whose interests include Jewish philosophy and theology, modern and postmodern philosophic theology, pragmatism, and semiotics. He is cofounder of the Society for Scriptural Reasoning, which seeks to bridge the gap between faith and reason in scriptural interpretation, and the Children of Abraham Institute.

Publications

Books, Monographs

  • Understanding the Rabbinic Mind: Essays on the Hermeneutic of Max Kadushin (edited collection, with commentaries and contributed essay, Atlanta : Scholars Press for South Florida Studies in the History of Judaism, 1990) with David Ray Griffin, John B.Cobb, Jr., Marcus P. Ford and Pete A.Y. Gunter, Founders of Constructive Postmodern Philosophy: Peirce, James, Bergson, Whitehead and Hartshorne (Albany: SUNY Press,1992).
  • The Return to Scripture in Judaism and Christianity: Essays in Postcritical Scriptural Interpretation (edited collection, with introduction and commentaries, Mahwah , N.J. : Paulist Press, 1993).
  • Peirce, Pragmatism, and the Logic of Scripture (Cambridge: Cambridge U Press, 1998).
  • Reasoning After Revelation: Dialogues in Postmodern Jewish Philosophy, with Steven Kepnes and Robert Gibbs (Boulder and San Francisco: Westview Press/Perseus, 1998).
  • Reviewing the Covenant: Eugene Borowitz and the Postmodern Renewal of Jewish Theology, with Eugene Borowitz ( Albany : SUNY Press, 2000).
  • Christianity in Jewish Terms, eds. T. Frymer-Kensky , D. Novak, P. Ochs, D. Sandmel, M. Signer, (Boulder , Co: Westview Press/Perseus for the Institute for Christian and Jewish Studies: Sept, 2000).
  • Textual Reasonings: Jewish Philosophy and Text Study at the end of the Twentieth Century, eds. Peter Ochs and Nancy Levene ( London : SCM Press, 2002; Grand Rapids : Eerdmans, 2003).
  • John Howard Yoder, The Jewish-Christian Schism Revisited, eds. Michael Cartwright and Peter Ochs (with Introduction and Commentary) ( London : SCM Press; Grand Rapids : Eerdmans, 2003).

Current Projects:

  • Another Reformation: Postliberal Christianity and the Jews (Brazos Press)
  • Come, Study! Teaching and Learning Scriptural Reasoning (Eerdmans)
  • Breaking the Tablets: Jewish Theology After Shoa, by David Halivni, edited, with introduction and commentaries by Peter Ochs (Rowman & Littlefied).

Articles, Chapters, Reviews

  • "Charles Peirce's Metaphysical Equivalent of War," Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society (Fall, 1981): 247-258.
  • "The Liberal Arts Disease: A Neo-Scholastic Cure," Soundings LXV.4 (Winter, 1982): 465-475.
  • "The Religion of Liberal Humanism," The NICM Journal VIII.2 (Summer, 1983): 93-105.
  • "The Religion of Academia," Modern Age XXVIII.4 (Fall, 1984): 321-329.
  • Review of A land of Two Peoples: Martin Buber on Jews and Arabs by Paul Mendes-Flohr,Religion and Intellectual Life I.l (Spring, 1984): 119-24.
  • Review Essay on On The Relevance of Charles Peirce, Eugene Freeman, ed, Transactions of the Charles S.Peirce Society XXI.l (Winter, 1985): 121-38
  • "A Guide to the Perplexed Jewish Woman," with Vanessa Ochs, The Melton Journal, 19 (Summer, 1985). Reprinted in Religion and Intellectual Life III.2 (Winter, 1986): 83-94 .
  • "On the Search for Academic Community," Perspectives XV.2 (Spring, 1985):9-19.
  • "Torah, Language and Philosophy," International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, 18(1985): 115-122.
  • "Scriptural Pragmatism: Jewish Philosophy's Conception of Truth" International Philosophical Quarterly XXVI.2(June, 1986):131-135.
  • "There's Much More Here Than Ontology: A Reply to Huston Smith," Religion And Intellectual Life, III No.3 (Spring, 1986): 43-52.
  • "Individuality," and "Truth," in Contemporary Jewish Religious Thought, A. Cohen and P. Mendes-Flohr, eds.(Scribner's, New York:1987), pp. 483–85, and 1017-23.
  • "A Propos de L'Actualité de Charles Peirce," Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale, 4 (October-December, 1986): 506-518.
  • "There's No God-Talk Unless God Talks: A Study of Max Kadushin as Rabbinic Pragmatist," Proceedings of the Academy for Jewish Philosophy, 1986.
  • "On The Relevance of Charles Peirce," Annals of Scholarship(Fall, 1987):49-63
  • Review of Contemporary Jewish Philosophies by William E. Kaufman, International Philosophical Quarterly XXVII.2 (1987): 212-14.
  • "Returning to the Father?(A Comment on Paul van Buren's Theology of the Jewish/ Christian Reality)," Religion and Intellectual Life (Fall, 1987):116-122..
  • "Charles Peirce's Unpragmatic Christianity: A Rabbinic Appraisal," American Journal of Theology and Philosophy 9 Nos. 1 & 2 (Jan-May 1988):41-73.
  • "A Pragmatic Method of Reading Confused Philosophic Texts: The Case of Peirce's 'Illustrations,'" Transactions of the C.S.Peirce Society, XXV.3 (Sum, 1989): 251-291.
  • Review of Peirce's Approach to the Self by Vincent Colapietro, Journal of Speculative Philosophy 4:2 (Winter 1989-90)
  • Review of Peirce's Philosophy of Religion by Michael Raposa, Society for Advancement of American Philosophy Newsletter (Summer 1990).
  • "A Rabbinic Pragmatism," in Theology and Dialogue, ed. Bruce Marshall (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame, 1990).
  • "Max Kadushin as Rabbinic Pragmatist," in Understanding the Rabbinic Mind,
  • ed. Peter Ochs (Atlanta: Scholars Press for South Florida Studies in the History of Judaism , 1990): 165-196.
  • Review of The Philosophical Mishnah, 4 Vols., by Jacob Neusner, Religious Studies Review17.2 (Apr. '91):176-77.
  • Review of Jewish Philosophy in a Secular Age, by Kenneth Seeskin, and Introduction to Modern Jewish Philosophy, by Norbert Samuelson, Teaching Philosophy,14:2 (June 1991): 209-214.
  • Review of The Emergence of Jewish Theology in America , by Robert G. Goldy, AJS Review 17.2 (1992): 352-54.
  • "Rabbinic Text Process Theology," Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy I.1(Fall,'91):141-177.
  • "Theosemiotics and Pragmatism," Journal of Religion 72 No.1 ( Jan.'92):59-81.
  • "Charles Peirce as Postmodern Philosopher," in David Ray Griffin et al. Founders of Constructive Postmodern Philosophy: Peirce, James, Bergson, Whitehead and Hartshorne (Albany: SUNY Press, 1992): 43-87.
  • "Postcritical Scriptural Interpretation," in Torah and Revelation, ed. Dan Cohn-Sherbok ( New York, Toronto: Edwin Mellen Press, 1992): 51-73.
  • "The Postmodern Jewish Philosophy Bitnetwork,"Religious Studies Newsletter (Fall'92).
  • " A Jewish View of Blessing," in Of Human Bondage and Divine Grace: A GlobalTestimony, ed. John Ross Carter (La Salle, ILL: Open Court, 1992):171-186.
  • "Rabbinic Semiotics," The American Journal of Semiotics 10 Nos. 1-2 (1993): 35-66.
  • Review of Peirce's Philosophy of Religion by Michael Raposa, International Studies in Philosophy, 25 #1 (1993): 103.
  • "Pragmatic Conditions for Jewish-Christian Theological Dialogue," Modern Theology 9#2 (April 1993): 123-140.
  • "Compassionate Postmodernism: An Introduction to Rabbinic Semiotics," Soundings LXXVI#1 (Sp '93): 140-152; in a collection of essays edited by P. Ochs on "Trends in Postmodern Jewish Philosophy."
  • "The Sentiment of Pragmatism: From the Pragmatic Maxim to a Pragmatic Faith," The Monist, issue on "Pragmatism: a Second Look," 75 #5 (1992): 551-568.
  • "Borowitz and the Postmodern Renewal of Theology," Cross Currents 43 #2 (Summer, 1993): 164-183.
  • Review of Storm from Paradise : The Politics of Jewish Memory by Jonathan Boyarin, in Modern Theology 9:4 (Oct 93): 427-429.
  • "Gold and Silver: Philosophical Talmud (on B. Talmud perek hazahav )," with Robert Gibbs in Postmodern Jewish Philosophy Network Vol 2: Special AAR Newsletter (Nov., '93): 2-18.
  • "Continuity as Vagueness: The Mathematical Antecedents of Peirce's Semiotics," Semiotica, 96-3/4 (1993): 231-255.
  • "Peirce as Mono-theist, Dyo-theist, and Tri-theist," Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society (1994)
  • "A Hermeneutic Tradition Without a History," Review Essay on Gayle Ormiston and Alan Schrift, eds., The
  • Hermeneutic Tradition, From Ast to Ricoeur, in Semiotica 104-3/4 (1995), 371-386.
  • Review of Submitting to Freedom: The Religious Vision of William James by Bennett Ramsey, in First Things 47 (Nov., 1994): 52-56.
  • Review of The New Middle East by Shimon Peres, in The Metowest Jewish News, (March, 1994).
  • Review of Jose Faur, In the Shadow of History: Jews and Conversos at the Dawn of Modernity, in CCAR Journal (1994).
  • "KADUSHIN, MAX," in Dictionary of American Biography (1995)
  • "Postcritical Scriptural Interpretation in Judaism," in Interpreting Judaism in a Postmodern Age, ed. Steven Kepnes (New York: New York University Press, 1996): 55-84.
  • "Scriptural Logic: Diagrams for a Postcritical Metaphysics," Modern Theology 11:1(Jan,1995): 65-92.
  • Repr. in Rethinking Metaphysics, Gregory Jones and Stephen E. Fowl, eds., (Oxford and Cambridge: Blackwell, 1995): 65-92.
  • "Returning to Scripture: Trends in Postcritical Scriptural Interpretation," Crosscurrents 44:4 (Winter, 1994-5): 437-452.
  • "Epilogue to Michael Wyschogrod's Letter to a Jewish Christian Friend," Modern Theology 10(1994).
  • "How to Read a Text: Approaches in Postmodern Jewish Philosophy," essay and edited collection for SHMA 25/488 (February, 1995): 1-8.
  • Review Essay on Hermann Deuser, Gott: Geist und Natur, Theologische Konsequenzen aus Charles S. Peirce's Religionsphilosophie, in Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society XXXI.2 (Spring, 1995): 454-462.
  • "Difference with Respect (To)," Semiotics 1995: Proceedings of the Semiotic Society of America , Spring, 1996.
  • Review of Steven Kepnes, The Text as Thou, Martin Buber's Dialogical Hermeneutics and Narrative Theology, in The Jewish Quarterly Review LXXXVI No. 3-4 (Jan-April 1996): 480-82.
  • "Teaching Judaism in a Secular Setting," A Rountable with Larry Schiffman, Yaakov Elman, and Susan Handelman, Wellsprings (Spring, 1996).
  • "Rabbinic Text Process Theology," Jewish Theology and Process Thought, ed. S. Lubarsky and D. Griffin (Albany: SUNY Press, 1996):195-231.
  • "Judaism and Christian Theology," in The Modern Theologians Second Ed., David F.Ford, ed. (Oxford and Cambridge: Blackwell, 1997): 607-625.
  • " From Peshat to Derash and Back Again," review essay on Adin Steinsaltz, The Talmud Vol XIV: Tractate Ta'anit Part II, trans. I. Berman (Random House, 1995) and David Halivni, Peshat and Derash (Oxford U Press, 1991) in Judaism (Summer, 1997).
  • "Foreward," to David Halivni, Revelation Restored (Boulder: Westview Press, 1997): pp. xi-xviii.
  • “Exodus 3: An Introduction to Textual Reasoning,” in Stephen Fowl, ed., The Theological Interpretation of Scripture (Oxford and Cambridge, Blackwell: 1997): pp. 129–142.
  • “Zionism” (Introduction) Textual Reasoning: The Journal of the Postmodern Jewish Philosophy Network, Vol 6.3, Winter, 1997.
  • "Theosemiotics and Religion," in Arthur Stewart, Religious Dimensions of Peirce's Thought (Beaumont, TX: Center For Philosophical Studies: 1998).
  • "B’nei Ezra; An Introduction to Textual Reasoning," in Contemporary Jewish Thought, eds. E. Dorf and L. Newman (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999): 502-511.
  • "Book Notes" on Neusner and Chilton, Jewish?Christian Debates: God, Kingdom, and the Messiah, in Theology Today (July, 1999).
  • “The Emergence of Postmodern Jewish Theology and Philosophy,” and “Borowitz and the Postmodern Renewal of Jewish Theology,” in Reviewing the Covenant: Eugene Borowitz and the Postmodern Renewal of Jewish Theology, P. Ochs with Eugene Borowitz ( Albany : SUNY Press, 2000).
  • “On the Unity of God,’ The Living Pulpit (Spring, 1999):10-11.
  • “Wounded Word, Wounded Interpreter,” in Humanity at the Limits, ed. M. Signer ( Indiana U Press, 2000): 148-160.
  • “Ethical Monotheism When the Word Is Wounded: Wendell Dietrich Reread,” in Ethical Monotheism,Past and Present: Essays in honor of Wendell Dietrich, eds. Theodore Vial and Mark Hadley ( Atlanta : Scholars Press for Brown Judaica Series, 2001): 15-48.
  • Review of Yudit Greenberg, Sweeter than Wine, in Jewish Quarterly Review, XC Nos 1-2 ( July/October, 1999): 215-219.
  • “Preface,” “God,” and “Epilogue,” in Christianity in Jewish Terms, eds. D.Novak, P. Ochs, D. Sandmel M.
  • Signer, T. Frymer-Kensky (Westview Press/Perseus: 2000):xi-xiv, 49-69, 366-73 passim.
  • Review of Michael Fishbane, The Exegetical Imagination, in Journal of the American Academy of Religion,2000.
  • “On the Future of Discourse in Jewish-Christian Relations,” with David Ford, in Setting the Agenda: the Future of Jewish-Christian Relations (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming, 2001).
  • “Genesis 1-2: Creation as Evolution,” The Living Pulpit 9 no 2 (April/June, 2000): 8-10.
  • “From Phenomenology to Scripture,” essay and edited collection, Modern Theology 16 No 3 (July, 2000): 341-346 (collection, 301-346).
  • “Church and Sociality,” The Living Pulpit 9 no. 4 (Oct/Dec, 2000): 4-5.
  • “Talmudic Scholarship as Textual Reasoning: Halivni’s Pragmatic Historiography,” and “Gold and
  • Silver: Philosophical Talmud (with R. Gibbs), and “Introduction,” and “Epilogue,” in Textual Reasonings, ed. P. Ochs and N. Levene ( London : SCM Press, 2002).
  • Review of Robert Jenson, Systematic Theology Volume 2 in Journal of Religion, 2001: 301-302.
  • “Rosenzweig as Postcritical Jewish Philosophy,” a review of Idolatry and Representation: The Philosophy of Franz Rosenzweig Reconsidered, by Leora Batnitzky (Princeton University Press, 2000), Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory (electronic), Vol 2. No. 1 (Dec., 2000): 6pp.
  • “The Renewal of Jewish Theology Today: Under the Sign of Three,” Blackwell Companion to Postmodern Theology,
  • ed. Graham Ward ( London : Blackwell Pubs., 2001): 324-348.
  • “Holiness,” The Living Pulpit 10 no. 2 (July/Aug, 2001):
  • “Small Actions Against Terror: Jewish Reflections on a Christian Witness,” in Against Terror: A Witness to Love and Justice, ed. Victoria Erickson ( Ada , MI : Brazos Press, 2001).
  • David Halivni, “Prayer in the Shoah,” trans. from the Hebrew by P. Ochs, Judaism 199 Vol. 50 No. 3 (Summer, 2001), pp. 268–291.
  • “Preface to David Halivni’s Prayer in the Shoah,” in Judaism 199 Vol. 50 No. 3 (Summer, 2001), pp. 259–267.
  • Review of Sandra B. Rosenthal and Rogene A. Bucholz, Rethinking Business Ethics, a Pragmatic Approach ( New York and Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2000), in Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society (Fall, 2001), Vol. 37 No.4: pp. 627–634.
  • “The Rules of Scriptural Reasoning,” in The Journal of Scriptural Reasoning 2 No. 1 (May, 2002)(Pub. of the Electronic Text Center , University of Virginia ): 1-20.
  • “The Rules of Scriptural Reasoning,” in The Journal of Scriptural Reasoning 2 No. 1 (May, 2002) (Pub. of the Electronic Text Center , University of Virginia ): 1-20.
  • “Is the Scriptural Reasoner’s Heart Hardened or Warm”in The Journal of Scriptural Reasoning 2 No. 2 (Sept., 2002) (Pub. of the Electronic Text Center , University of Virginia ): 2pp.
  • “Behind the Mechitsa: Reflections on The Rules of Textual Reasoning,” in Journal of Textual Reasoning (New Series) Vol. 1.1 ( University of Virginia Electronic Book Center : Spring, 2002): pp. 2–47.
  • “How to Read the Torah,” Review Essay on Richard Elliot Friedman, Commentary on the Torah: With a New English Translation and Hebrew Text (HarperSan Francisco, 2001), in Books & Culture, A Christian Review 8 No. 2 (March/April, 2002): 24-25.
  • “Introduction,” Theologie et Philosophie de Langue Francaise, Volume 1.1 (Spring 2002) (Pub. of the Electronic Text Center , University of Virginia ).
  • “Three Visitors and Scriptural Hermeneutics,” in The Journal of Scriptural Reasoning 2 No. 3 (September, 2002) (Pub. of the Electronic Text Center , University of Virginia ):2pp.
  • Preface to Heather Armstrong, Face to Face with the Other in George Eliot’s Romola, Middlemarch, and Daniel Deronda (Scholar’s Press, 2002): i-iv.
  • “September 11 and the Children of Abraham,” in “Disssent from the Homeland: Essays after September 11, The South Atlantic Quarterly 101:2 (sp 2002): 391-402. repr. in Dissent from the Homeland: Essays after September 11 ( Durham and London : Duke University Press, 2003): 137-147.
  • “On Hauerwas’ “With the Grain of the Universe, ” Modern Theology 19. No. 1 (January, 2003): 77-88.
  • “Introduction,” and “Gold and Silver: Talmudic Semiotics” (with Robert Gibbs), and “Talmudic Scholarship as Textual Reasoning: Halivni’s Pragmatic Historiography,” and “Epilogue,” in Textual Reasonings, eds. Peter Ochs and Nancy Levene ( London : SCM Press, 2002; Grand Rapids : Eerdmans, 2003): 2-14, 90-102, 120-143, 289-302.
  • “Introduction” and running commentaries for John Howard Yoder, The Jewish-Christian Schism Revisited, edited and with commentary by Michael Cartwright and Peter Ochs (London: SCM Press; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2003).
  • “Recovering the God of History: Scriptural Life after Death in Judaism and Christianity,” in Jews and Christians, People of God, eds.Carl E. Braaten and Robert W. Jenson (Grand Rapids and Cambridge: Eerdmans, 2003): 114-147.
  • Review of Hyam Macoby, The Philosophy of the Talmud ( New York : Routledge, 2002), in Shofar 22 No.4 (Summer 2003).
  • “A Framework for American Jewish Theological Dialogue?” A Review of Eugene Borowitz, Studies in the Meaning of Judaism and of Eliezer Berkovits, Essential Essays on Judaism, ed. David Hazony in Sh'ma: A Journal of Jewish Responsibility (2003).
  • “Jewish Morning Worship: New Life Through Redemptive Prayer,” in The Living Pulpit 12. No 3 (July-September, 2003): 20-21.
  • “A Jewish Reading of Trinity, Time and the Church: A Response to the Theology of Robert W. Jenson,” A Review Essay, in Modern Theology 19. No. 3 (July 2003): 419-428.
  • “Abrahamic Theo-politics: A Jewish View,” in eds. William Cavanaugh and Peter Scott, the Blackwell Companion to Political Theology (Blackwells, 2003).
  • “Trinity and Judaism,” in Concilium 2003/4 II.3, “Experiences and Results of Interreligious Dialogue: The Abrahamic Traditions.” Trans of: “Dreifaltigkeit und Judentum,” in Concilium 39.4 (Oct 2003): Von anderen Religionen Lernen, pp. 433–441.
  • “Le shituf et le Dieu trinitaire du Christianisme,” in Le Christianisme au miroir du judaïsme, ed. Shmuel Trigano ( Paris : In Press Éditions, 2003), 133-150.
  • “Postliberal Scholars Find Reason to Study Christian Theology: an interview with Peter Ochs,” by David Reid, Vital Theology 1 #3 (April, 2004): 4-5.
  • “Peacemaking among the Abrahamic Faiths: An Interview with Peter Ochs,” by Jennifer L. Geddes, The Hedgehog Review 6 #1 (Spring 2004): 90-102.
  • “The Passion and Repentance,” in The Living Pulpit 13 #3 (July-Sept, 2004): 6-8.
  • “Covenant,” in Modern Judaism: An Oxford Guide, eds. Nicholas de Lange and Miri Frued-Kandel ( Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2004): 290-300.
  • “Scripture,” in Fields of Faith: Theological and Religious Studies for the Twenty-First Century, eds. David Ford, Janet Soskice, Ben Quash ( Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2004): 104-118.
  • “ A Road to the Postmodern Palace : Michael Rosenak’s Theological Response to the Postmodern Condition,” in ed. Jonathan Cohen, In Search of a Jewish Paideia: Directions in the Philosophy of Jewish Education. Melton Studies in Jewish Education Vol X ( Hebrew University , Magnes Press, 2004: 17-31.
  • “ Israel ’s Redeemer is the One to Whom and with Whom She Prays,” in eds. S. David, D. Kendall, and G. Collins, The Redemption: An Interdisciplinary Symposium on Christ as Redeemer (Oxford University Press, 2004): 121-146.
  • “Israels Erlöser ist der Eine und Einzige, zu dem und mit dem Israel betend spricht,” trans. Annegrete Sauter, Evangelische Theologie 64 Jg. (2004) Heft 6: S. 405-420.
  • “Textual Reasoning as a Model for Jewish Thought After Shoah,” in eds. P. Amodio, G. Giannini, and G. Lissa, Filosofia E Critica Della Filisofia Nel Pensiero Ebraico (Napoli: Giannini Editore, 2004): 233-272.
  • “Judaism and Christian Theology,” The Modern Theologians 3rd Edition, eds. David Ford and Rachel Muers (Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2005): 645-662.
  • “Zeichen” and “Tora,” in Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart: Handwörterbuch für Theologie und Religionswissenschaft, eds. Betz, Browning, Janowski und Jüngel (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2006).
  • “God” and “Trinity,” in A Dictionary of Jewish-Christian Relations, eds. Edward Kessler and Neil Wenborn, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005): 167-170, 429-430.
  • “Abrahamic Hauerwas: Theological Conditions for Justifying Inter-Abrahamic Study” in God, Truth, And Witness: Engaging Stanley Hauerwas, eds. Greg Jones, Reinhold Hutter, C. Rosalee Velloso Ewell (Brazos Press, 2005): 309-327.
  • “The Logic of Indignity and the Logic of Redemption,” in God and Human Dignity, co-edited with Linda Woodhead (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2006): 143-160.
  • “Response to Ellen Armour,” “Comparative Religious Traditions,” and “Reply to Robert Segal,” Journal of the American Academy of Religion 74 #1 (March 2006): pp. 16–18, 125-128, 133-34.
  • “Revised: Comparative Religious Traditions,” and “Reply to Robert Segal,” Journal of the American Academy of Religion 74 #2 (June 2006): pp. 483–494, 499-500.
  • Review: “Books on Jewish-Christian Dialogue: George Lindbeck, The Nature of Doctrine” in Review and Expositor Vol 103 No. 1 (Winter 2006): 239-239.
  • “Preface,” in Ten Commandments for Jews, Christians, and Others (Eerdmans, 2006, forthcoming).
  • “Philosophic Warrants for Scriptural Reasoning,” in The Promise Of Scriptural Reasoning, eds. David Ford and Chad Pecknold (Oxford: Blackwell Pub.,2006): 121-238. Also appearing in Modern Theology Vol. 22 No. 3 (July 2006): Special Issue, "The Promise of Scriptural Reasoning" Guest Editors: C. C. Pecknold and David F. Ford: pp. 465–483.
  • “A Third Epoch: The Future of Discourse in Jewish-Christian Relations,” with David Ford, in Challenges in Jewish-Christian Relations, eds. James Aitken and Edward Kessler (Mahwah: Paulist Press, 2006): 153-170.
  • “Morning Prayer as Redemptive Thinking,” in Liturgy, Time, and the Politics of Redemption, eds. Chad Pecknold and Randi Rashkover (Eerdmans Pub, 2006): 50-90.
  • “Scripture in Modern Jewish Philosophy,” in The Cambridge History of Jewish Philosophy: The Modern Era, ed. Martin Kavka (Cambridge: expected 2007).
  • “Saints and the Heterological Historians,” in Saintly Influence: Texts for Edith Wyschogrod, ed. Martin Kavka, Stephen Hood and Eric Boynton (Fordham University press, forthcoming 2007).
  • Review of F. E. Peters, The Monotheists Vols. 1-2 (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2003), in Theology Today (Summer, 2006):
  • “From Two to Three: To Know is also To Know the Context of Knowing,” in Steven Kepnes and Basit Bilal Koshul, eds., Studying the "Other", Understanding the "Self": Scripture, Reason and the Contemporary Islam-West Encounter: (New York: Fordham University Press, 2007).
  • SERIES CO-EDITOR, with Stanley Hauerwas,"Radical Traditions: Theology in a Postcritical Key," Westview Press/ Harper Collins. Books appearing in the series:
  • David Weiss Halivni, Revelation Restored (1997) (with Forwards by Peter Ochs and by Stanley Hauerwas)
    • Winner, 1997 National Jewish Book Award for Jewish Scholarship.
    • Restaurare la Rivelazione (Italian translation. Firenze : Guintina, 2000).
  • Stanley Hauerwas, Wilderness Wanderings (1997)
  • Steven Kepnes, Peter Ochs, Robert Gibbs, Reasoning After Revelation: Dialogues in Postmodern Jewish Philosophy (1998).
  • David Toole, Waiting for Godot in Sarajevo :Theological Reflections on Nihilism, Tragedy, and Apocalypse (1998).
  • Scott Bader-Saye, Church and Israel After Christendom: The Politics of Election (1999).
  • Joel James Shuman, The Body of Compassion: Ethics, Medicine and the Church (1999).
  • Christianity in Jewish Terms, eds. T. Frymer-Kensky , D. Novak, P. Ochs, D. Sandmel, M.Signer (2000). Nominated for the 2001 National Jewish Book Award in Jewish-Christian Relations.
  • P. Travis Kroeker and Bruce K. Ward, Remembering the End: Dostoevsky as Prophet to Modernity (2001).
  • Michael Rosenak, Tree of Life, Tree of Knowledge, Conversations with the Torah (2001).
  • SERIES CO-EDITOR, with Stanley Hauerwas, "Radical Traditions: Theology in a Postcritical Key," SCM Press/ Eerdmans. Books appearing in the new series:
  • George A. Lindbeck, The Church In A Postliberal Age, ed. James J. Buckley ( 2002).
  • Textual Reasonings: Jewish Philosophy and Text Study at the end of the Twentieth Century eds. Peter Ochs and Nancy Levene (2002/ 2003).
  • John Howard Yoder, The Jewish-Christian Schism Revisited, edited and with commentary by Michael Cartwright and Peter Ochs (2003).
  • Michael Wyschogrod, Abraham’s Promise: Judaism and Jewish-Christian Relations, ed. R. Kendall Soulen (2004).
  • David Novak, Talking with Christians: Some Musings of a Jewish Theologian (2005).
  • Eugene Rogers, After the Spirit (2005)
  • Peter M. Candler, Jr., Theology, Rhetoric, Manuduction (2006)
  • Liturgy, Time, and the Politics of Redemption, eds. Randi Rashkover and C. C. Pecknold (2007).

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