I have received several emails from people wanting me to send them a diploma when they are done listening to the lectures that I listed here. I was joking when I wrote this because this is a completely unaccredited, informal, unsupervised, little thing I slapped together. Please do not put “awilum.com M.A. in Biblical Studies” on your CV. I am not a degree granting institution–I am just a guy with a blog. The “M.A.” was intended for personal edification only–please contact a college, seminary, or university if you would like a real degree.
My first exposure to Greenberg’s work was his excellent treatment of the hab/piru published by the American Oriental Society in 1955 and, among many other works, his Anchor Bible commentaries on Ezekiel have been particularly helpful to my research. He was a fantastic scholar and he will surely be missed. May his memory be a blessing.
Here are some biographies compiled by Jack Sasson:
At <http://www.sas.upenn.edu/~jtigay/MGbio.doc> is this brief notice
about Moshe Greenberg, who passed away this past Saturday. It was
composed by Jeffrey H. Tigay (University of Pennsylvania). (It is
might be a few years old.)
There is a Wiki treatment for him at
A fuller version is in the Hebrew Wiki, with many links, at
Two essays “Moshe Greenberg: An Appreciation,” and “Bibliography of
the Writings of Moshe Greenberg,” are printed in _Tehilla le-Moshe.
Biblical and Judaic Studies in Honor of Moshe Greenberg_ (M. Cogan,
B.L. Eichler, and J.H. Tigay, eds., Winona Lake, Indiana:
John Huehnergard has added 67 papers to his academia.edu page. Enjoy.