Talk delivered on the occasion of Rabbi Greenberg being awarded an honorary doctorate from Sacred Heart University.
“Judaism and Modernity: Realigning the Two Worlds, An Edited Transcript of an Address by Rabbi Dr. Yitzchak Greenberg”
Lecture edited by Zvi Grumet, published The Lookstein Center (2006), as part of the Perspectives on Jewish Education series.
“Power and Pluralism After the Holocaust”
Outline of lecture
United Jewish Communities: 2000 General Assembly
three-part speech delivered 11/11/00–11/15/00
Includes lecture and questions & answer session
The Second Annual Louis Pincus Memorial Lecture
United Jewish Appeal 1975 National Conference
Lecture is about the choices facing the Jewish people vis-à-vis the Holocaust and the rebirth of Israel.
National Conference of Christians and Jews
Theme of the lecture is the fundamental basis of human dignity in the Jewish tradition and how it was tested, assaulted, and upheld in the Holocaust. It includes an attempt to define modern forms of idolatry. Rabbi Greenberg considers this talk to be the most significant unpublished piece he has written about the Holocaust.