Rabbi Dr. Bernhard H. Rosenberg is the spiritual leader of Congregation Beth-El, Edison, New Jersey.
He received his ordination and Doctorate of Education from Yeshiva University in New York. Rabbi Rosenberg also
holds a Doctor of Divinity (D.D.) degree from The Jewish Theological Seminary of New York as well as A.A.,
B.A., M.A., and M.S. degrees in communication and education.
He teaches Public Speaking at Rutgers University, New Jersey and is adjunct professor of Speech at Yeshiva University,
New York. He previously taught a graduate course in Holocaust Education at Rutgers University, New Jersey.
Rabbi Rosenberg’s book, “Theological and Halachic Reflections on the Holocaust” is
now in its second printing. He is the author of “A Guide for the Jewish Mourner”,
“Handbook for the Jewish Mourner”, “Contemplating the Holocaust”,
“What the Holocaust Means to Me: Teenagers Speak Out” and “Thoughts on the
Holocaust-Where Was God Where Was Man–Teenagers Reflect on Major Themes of the
Holocaust and “The Holocaust as seen Through Film”. His newest book is “Public Speaking –
A Guide for Study”. He is Chairman of the New York Board of Rabbis Holocaust Commission.
He recently received the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian Award. He also received
the Chaplain of the Year Award from The New York Board of Rabbis for his efforts during and
following 9-ll. On June 10, 2002 Rabbi Rosenberg was presented with the annual Rabbi Israel
Mowshowitz Award by The New York Board of Rabbis. Rabbi Rosenberg appears frequently on radio
and TV and has published hundreds of articles regarding the Holocaust.
Rabbi Rosenberg's topics include:
· Why did the Holocaust happen - can
it occur again?
· Teaching the Holocaust to teenagers
· Anti-Semitism and the Holocaust
· What did the World know and when did they know it
· One Cannot Not Communicate (Please note I teach Public Speaking at Rutgers University)?
· The Holocaust as Seen Through Film Full day seminar
He can be reached @ Phone: 732-572-2766