David J. Rudolph (1967-), scholar
David J. Rudolph (born 1967) is an American Jewish scholar at The King's University, Southlake, TX.
Born in 1967. Ph.D. (2007) in New Testament at Cambridge University. Scholar-in-Residence at the MJTI Center for Jewish-Christian Relations, 2009-2011. Currently the Director of Messianic Jewish Studies and Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies at The King's University in Southlake, Texas.
His planned publications include a series of volumes in collaboration with Joel Willitts and others: Introduction to Messianic Judaism: Its Ecclesial Context and Biblical Foundations (Zondervan, 2013); Luke-Acts After Supersessionism (Eugene: Cascade, forthcoming); and The Jewish New Testament: An Introduction to its Jewish Social & Conceptual Context (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, forthcoming).
Works on Second Temple Judaism and Christian Origins
- A Jew to the Jews: Jewish Contours of Pauline Flexibility in 1 Corinthians 9:19-23 (2011 Rudolph), book
- Paul and the Food Laws: A Reassessment of Romans 14:14, 20. Pages 151-81 in Paul the Jew: A Conversation between Paul and Second Temple Scholars. Edited by Carlos A. Segovia and Gabriele Boccaccini. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2016.
- Zionism in Pauline Literature: Does Paul eliminate particularity for Israel and the land in his portrayal of salvation available for all the world? Pages 167-94 in The New Christian Zionism: Fresh Perspectives on Israel and the Land. Edited by Gerald McDermott. Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 2016.
- Paul's "Rule in All the Churches" (1 Cor 7:17-24) and Torah-Defined Ecclesiological Variegation. Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations 5 (2010): 1-23.
- History of Judeo-Christian Communities in the Jewish Diaspora. Pages 136-39 in Encyclopedia of the Jewish Diaspora: Origins, Experiences, and Culture. Vol. 1. Edited by M. Avrum Ehrlich. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2008.
- Messianic Jews and Christian Theology: Restoring an Historical Voice to the Contemporary Discussion. Pro Ecclesia 14:1 (2005): 58-84.