Faith, Politics and Press in our Perilous Times
ed. Stephen Burgard, by Phil Bennett, Jack Miles, Ben Hubbard, and Debra Mason
Mel Gibson's Bible : Religion, Popular Culture, and "The Passion of the Christ"
Edited by Timothy K. Beal and Tod Linafelt
Featuring "Mel Gibson's 'Passion'," by Jack Miles
December 2005; University Of Chicago Press.
The Destructive Power of Religion: Violence in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
Edited by J. Harold Ellens
Featuring "The Self-Disarmament of God as Evolutionary Pre-Adaptation," by Jack Miles
September 2003; Praeger Publishers.
Religion and Cultural Studies
Edited by Susan L. Mizruchi
Featuring "Global Requiem: The Apocalyptic Moment in Religion, Science, and Art," by Jack Miles
May 1, 2001; Princeton University Press; 294 pages.
Amazon: Paperback, Hardcover
Abraham & Family: New Insights into the Patriarchal Narratives
Edited by Hershel Shanks
Featuring "Jacob's Wrestling Match: Was It an Angel or Esau?" by Jack Miles
September 2000; Biblical Archeological Society; 205 pages.
The Changing Face of God
Edited by Frederick W. Schmidt
Featuring "A Complicated God," by Jack Miles
June 2000; Morehouse Publishing; 112 pages.
Video companion, titled A Complicated God, on Amazon.ca: VHS
Books of the Century: A Hundred Years of Authors, Ideas and Literature
Edited by Charles McGrath & the New York Times Book Review staff
Featuring "Heaven is Hell: A Review of Cynthia Ozick's The Puttermesser Papers" by Jack Miles
November 1998; Times Books; 647 pages.
The Creation of Sacred Literature