“Dr. Irving Greenberg: A Biographical Introduction.”
Steven Bayme. In Continuity and Change: A Festschrift in Honor of Irving Greenberg’s 75th Birthday, edited by Steven Katz and Steven Bayme, 1–16. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America, 2010.
“Blu Greenberg and Irving (Yitz) Greenberg.”
Nancy Wolfson-Moche. In Jewish Sages of Today, edited by Aryeh Rubin, 62–78. New York: Devora Publishing, 2009.
“Irving Greenberg: A Jewish Dialectic of Hope.”
Michael Oppenheim. Encounters of Consequence: Jewish Philosophy in the Twentieth Century and Beyond, chapter 14, 315–42. Brighton, Mass.: Academic Studies Press, 2009.
“Disagreeing in the Service of God: Jews and Christians need one another, argues an esteemed Orthodox rabbi in his latest book. An interview with Rabbi Irving Greenberg.”
Alice Chasen. Beliefnet.com, 2006.
William B. Helmreich. Jewish Sentinel. March 31–April 6, 2000.
“On Ways and Visions: The Theological and Educational Thought of Irving Greenberg.”
Michael Rosenak.The Melton Journal, Spring 1992.
“Change and the Orthodox Community.”
Response: A Contemporary Jewish Review. 3, no. 1 (Spring 1969). 14–21.
“Yitz Greenberg and Modern Orthodoxy: The Road Not Taken”
Edited by Adam Ferziger, Miri Freud-Kandel, and Steven Bayme (Boston: Academic Studies Press, 2019)
Excerpted Material: Table of Contents; Editors’ Foreword; “Modern Orthodoxy and the Road Not Taken: A Retrospective View,” by Irving (Yitz) Greenberg; and “Divine Hiddenness and Human Input: The Potential Contributions of a Postmodern View of Revelation to Yitz Greenberg’s Holocaust Theology,” by Tamar Ross
For further discussion about Rabbi Greenberg and his work, see the book Continuity and Change: A Festschrift in Honor of Irving Greenberg’s 75th Birthday, edited by Steven T. Katz and Steven Bayme. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America, 2010.