Previous Klein Lectures

 
2006
  • Symposium:
    Fr. Barry Bercier, A.A. , Rabbi Nacham Bruce,
    Marc LePain, Rabbi Jordan Milstein
    Abraham: A Jewish-Christian

2005

  • Marc Brettler
    How Jews Interpret the Bible and Why Non-Jews Might Care

2004

  • Symposium:
    Fr. Barry Bercier, A.A., Rabbi Seth Bernstein,
    Sr. Nuala Cotter, Rabbi Jordan Milstein
    Adam and Eve: A Jewish-Christian Conversation About an Old Story

2003

  • Aaron Lazare
    Apologies: Why They Succeed and Why They Fail

2002

  • David Dalin
    Pius XII and the Jews

2001

  • Jon D. Levenson
    Did God Forgive Adam?:
    A Comparison of Jewish and Christian Interpretations of Our Common Scripture

2000

  • Eric Yoffie
    Good News, Bad News:
    Extraordinary Achievements in Catholic-Jewish Relations

1999

1998

1997

1996

1995

  • Alan Segal
    Paul as Jewish Mystic

1994

  • Hardley Arkes
    Jews, Christians, and the Family in the Age of Multiculturalism

1993

  • Harold Kushner

1992

  • David Ruderman
    Tragedy and Transcendence:
    The Meaning of 1492 for Jews and Christians

1991

  • David Saperstein
    Judaism and Social Justice

1990

  • Harold Kushner
    The Human Soul’s Need for God

1989

1988

1987

1986

  • Cantor Gregor Shelkan
    Lest We Forget: Remembering with a Survivor of the Holocaust

1985

  • Michael D. Coogan
    Archaelology and the Bible:
    Recent Discoveries and Their Significance for Biblical Interpretation

1984

  • David Lowenthal
    The Moral Needs of American Democracy

1983

  • Harry M. Orlinsky
    The Rage to Translate the Bible

1982

  • Rabbi Joseph Klein
    Ethical and Moral Background to Stories in Genesis

1981

  • Krister Stendahl
    The Jewishness of Jesus and His Gentile Followers

1980

  • Abram L. Sachar
    The Concerned and the Unconcerned

1979

  • Martin A. Cohen
    Two Sister Faiths

1978

  • Roland Gittelsohn
    Old Wine in New Bottles