Liechty, D. Can We Survive Our Origins?. Religion Taylor & Francis 47.1 (2017): 140-143.
Liechty, D. Counter recruitment and the campaign to de-militarize public schools. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare 43.2 (2016): 191-193.
Liechty, D. Politics of Religious Freedom. Religion 46.4 (2016)
Liechty, D. The Dynamic Welfare State. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare 43.3 (2016): 185-189.
Relating to God: Clinical psychoanalysis, spirituality, and theism, Review Article, Religion 2015
Book, Chapter in Non-Scholarly Book-New
Liechty, D. Estate Tax. ABC-Clio (2016): 71-80.
Book, Chapter in Non-Scholarly Book-Revised
Liechty, D. Hospice social work. L. Grobman, ed., Days in the lives of social workers second revised (1999) edition. White Hat Publications (1999): 239-246.
Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New
The biology of decision: Implications of neuroscience research for end-of-life care. (co-written) chapter in Our Changing Journey to the End: Reshaping Death, Dying and Grief in American. Praeger/ABC-CLIO 2014
Liechty, D. Response: Joining the God of history and of the philosophers?. A. Soffin. Rethinking religion: Beyond scientism, theism and philosophical doubt. Cascadia Publishing House (2011): 416-419.
Liechty, D., & Rempel, J. The mystery of baptism. J.D.Rempel, ed. Joerg Maler’s Kun-stbuch: Writings of the Pilgram Marpeck Circle. Pandora Press (2010): 115-136.
End-of-Life Care. Chapter in Encyclopedia of Social Work with Groups. Routledge 2008.
Principalities and powers: A social science perspective. Book, Chapter in Transforming the Powers: Peace, Justice, and the Domination System 2006
Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-Revised
Hospice social work, Book, Chapter in Days in the Lives of Social Workers 2005
Book, Chapter in Textbook-New
Clinical practice with groups in end-of-life care. (co-written) chapter in Living with dying: A comprehensive resource for end-of-life healthcare practitioners. Columbia University Press 2004
The Ernest Becker Reader. University of Washington Press 2005
Reflecting on faith in a post-Christian time. Cascadia Press 2003
Transference and transcendence: Ernest Becker’s contribution to psychotherapy. ason Aronson Inc 1995
Liechty, D. Sabbatarianism in the sixteenth century. Andrews University Press (1993)
Liechty, D. Theology in postliberal perspective. Cascadia Press (1990)
Journal Article, Academic Journal
Liechty, D., & Martin, J. Ernest Becker' Dark Turn (1971-1973): A Spiritual Deepening. Journal of Humanistic Psychology 56.1 (2017): 1-17.
Thoughts on reading Peter L. Bergers recent memoir. Review Article, Critical Social Work 2014
Technology, consciousness and the transitional symbolic self Journal of Teaching in Social Work 2012
Generative death anxiety and the dialogue among civilizations Advances in sociology research 2010
Transference and terror, book chapter in Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry 2008
Journal Article, Professional Journal
Sacred content, secular context Journal of Social Work in End-of-Life and Palliative Care 2013
Journal Article, Public or Trade Journal
The Social Psychology of Fear. in A Matters of Spirit: The Intercommunity Peace and Justice Center Quarterly 2006
Liechty, D. 2000 years of history make a difference. Anabaptist-Mennonite Scholars Network 4.3 (2001): 5-6.
Liechty, D. ‘Anabaptist-Mennonite’ designation is tied to peoplehood. Anabaptist-Mennonite Scholars Network 3.1 (2000): 2.
Liechty, D. The royal priesthood. The Mennonite 111 (1996): 23.
Liechty, D. Essays in anabaptist theology. The Mennonite 110 (1995): 23.
Liechty, D. The politics of Jesus. The Mennonite 110 (1995): 23.
The shorter writings of Ernest Becker (1960-1973). Ernest Becker Foundation 2000
Abstracts of the complete writings of Ernest Becker. Ernest Becker Foundation 1996
Thoughts on the consumerist model of education. The Catalyst: Center for the Advancement of Teaching 2004
Liechty, D. Kramer on Rank. The Ernest Becker Foundation Newsletter 6.4 (1999): 1-2.
Liechty, D. Feuerbach and the Interpretation of Religion. The Ernest Becker Foundation Newsletter 4.5 (1997): 2-3.
OUT OF THE SHADOWS: Promoting Critical Thought And Inclusive Perspectives In The Classroom. Culturally Responsive Campus Community 2016 Conference. CRCC at Illinois State University. (2016)
Safety and Security in a World in Which Each and Every One of Us Dies. Family Safety and Security. Illinois Council on Family Relations. (2014)
A Psychosocial Theory of Religion: Its Significance for Academic Religious Studies. Why Study Religion?. ISU Dept. of Philosophy. (2013)
Summary Comment. Summer Institute: Finitude and Faithful Care of the Dying. Department of Oncology – Swedish Hospital. (2011)
Symposium on Aging. Illinois State University. (2010)
Recap(itulation). Symposium on Technology, Distraction and Immortality. University of Washington, in conjunction with The Ernest Becker Foundation. (2009)
Recovering the Heroism of Democratic Citizenship. Understanding Violence: Tools for Educators and Communities. Seattle University. (2009)
A Social Worker’s Perspective. Patient Directed Dying: Ethics and Issues of Care at Life’s Ending. Seattle University. (2008)
Religion and the Quest for ideal Heroism. Graduate Theological Union. (2008)
Session: Ethics and Spirituality in Practice with Elderly Clients. University of Illinois UC, Department of Family Medicine, Multi-Disciplinary Certificate Program in Geriatrics. (2008)