See his God, Man, and History (1959); A Jewish Critique of the Philosophy of Martin Buber (1962); Faith After the Holocaust (1973).
See R. St. John, Tongue of the Prophets: the Life Story of Eliezer Ben Yehuda (1952).
The verse in the book of Exodus (18:4) states:
There is also an Eliezer known as Eliezer of Damascus (Hebrew: דַּמֶּשֶׂק אֱלִיעֶזֶר, Standard Damméseq Eliʿézer, Tiberian Damméśeq ʾĔlîʿézer), head of the patriarch Abraham's household mentioned in the book of Genesis (15:2):
According to most opinions the nameless servant in Genesis 24, who searched for a bride for Isaac, was this Eliezer. There is also an interpretation, cited for example by Rashi, that Eliezer went alone with Abraham to rescue Lot, with the reference to 318 men (Genesis 14:14) being the numerical value of Eliezer's name in Hebrew.
A prophet called Eliezer, son of Dodavah, rebuked King Jehosophat for aligning himself with Ahaziah the King of Israel. He and Ahaziah built ships in Ezion Geber which were to sail to Tarshish for trade. According to 2 Chronicles (20:37), the ships sank due to his not relying on the Lord: