How we chew and swallow what history shoves down our throat can define us as individuals and nations. Here is an interview with R’ Yitz Greenberg, foundational thinker on post-Holocaust theology. In it we explore how American Jewry began to process the memory of the Holocaust, the impact of the Six Day War on their identity, and if one can see the God of History in the post-modern era. If you want to explore more of R’ Yitz’s thoughts, check out –