A precise and passionate speaker, David M. Weinberg’s shul sermons and other lectures combine learned Torah perspectives with strategic and political insight, always with an inspirational thrust. Listeners come away informed and spiritually uplifted.
He has spoken in Israel, Canada, the U.S. and Europe at many shuls, federations, advocacy organizations and universities.
He is now available  for 2019 Shabbat scholar-in-residence and other engagements.
Recent lecture and drasha topics:
Against Hate: Educating Young Israelis in Situations of Perpetual Conflict
Apologies Overdue and Overdone: Rethinking Israeli Hasbara
Are We Ready for 100 Years of Diplomatic Warfare?
Asafsuf: Abbas’ Insolence; American Silence
Awakening: The Resurgence of Patriotism and Spirituality in Israel
Battle for Morality: Israel Advocacy 101
Bereishit: Do we really want to live in Eden?
Celebrating Complexity: Legacy of Rav Aharon Lichtenstein zt”l
Christians under Attack in the Middle East
Countering the Sinah of Sinai
Counting the Dead in Syria: On Hypocrisy and Human Rights
Dangers of Unilateralism in Israeli-Palestinian Diplomacy
Day After Abbas: Whereto the Palestinian Authority?
Diplomatic Freedom and Fortitude
Divine Encampment: Towards a More United Jewish People
Enduring Morality: IDF Warfare in Civilian Areas
Extremely Religious without Religious Extremism
Face of Evil: Radical Islam on the Rampage
Far Horizons: Israel’s Strategic Situation in a Shifting Mideast
Fewest of All Peoples: Jewish Demography of the Future
France, Anti-Semitism, and French Jewish Aliyah
Fraying Ties? The Future of Israel-Diaspora Relations
From Creation to Creativity: Israeli Scientific and Medical Innovation
Genesis of Justice: On Reforming Israel’s Legal System
Golden Ages, Dark Ages: Spain, Italy and France in Jewish History
Grand Strategy for Israel
Great Debate over Settlements
Haredim, Hesder, and Hi-Tech: Bridging the Gaps within Frum Israeli Jewry
Healing Hearts: Israel’s Medical Bridges to Peace
Hippocratic Israel, Hypocritical World
Hi-Tech Rehabilitation of IDF Soldiers
Holy Grapes: The Israeli Wine Revolution
If I forget thee, O Jerusalem: The Battle for Israel’s Capitol
International Condemnation of Israel: Nu, So What?
Islamic War against Israel: Why Israel is Winning
Israel at 69: Is this the Child we Prayed For?
Israel: A Believing Nation
Israeli Society: Sane and Stable
Justice for Jews from Arab Countries
Keitz Bavel: Arab Spring or Islamic Winter?
Kicking the Iranian Can Down the Road
Make the PA Pay: How to Wean the Palestinians off the International Dole
Mor Dror: Israel’s Resurgence – A Spiritual Calculus
My Family Story: From Krakow to the Knesset
Obama and Iran: What Was He Thinking?
On Being Simultaneously Modern Orthodox, Religious Zionist and “Yeshivish” in Israel
On Having Sons in Frontline Israeli Army Combat Posts
Perfidy: Palestinian Lies like Water
Politics of Defamation: Global Anti-Semitism Renewed
Politics of Responsibility: Defense vs. Social Spending in Israel
Power of Shabbat in Healing Israeli Rifts
Rabbinate Wreckage and Religious Reform in Israel
Rebuilding American Power and Presence in the Mideast, Post-Obama
Religious Zionism: Reclaiming the ‘World of Torah’
Reliving Revelation: Israeli Society Modeling Faith and Love
Restoring Israeli Military Supremacy
Re-Thinking Messianism: Religious Zionism in Israel in Crisis
Solutions to the Haredi Draft and Employment Problems
Soul Matters: Bravo Beit Hillel
Spiritual Rehab for Israel: Reflections for Tisha Be’Av
Spiritual Stock-Taking: The Religiosity of Israelis
Spiritual Trials, Strategic Rewards
Strengths and Frailties of the Fourth Netanyahu Administration
Talking Turkey to the Turks
Thinking Creatively About Peace: Are there Alternatives to the Two-State Paradigm?
Three Boys that United a Nation: On my Neighbor Naftali Fraenkel Hy”d
Three Cheers for Canada: Stephen Harper’s Moral Leadership
Tova Haaretz Meod Meod: Israel – The Bright Side of Life
Violence and the Sacred: Thugs on the Temple Mount
West Bank Policy – Whereto?
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