Rabbi David Rudolph earned a BA in Theology and Master of Theological Studies at Messiah Biblical Institute (Messiah Yeshiva). Between 2002-2007 he studied under Professor Markus Bockmuehl at Cambridge University (England) where he earned a Ph.D. in New Testament with a specialization in Second Temple Judaism. He served on the faculty at Messianic Jewish Theological Institute (MJTI) in Los Angeles and worked as Scholar-in-Residence at the MJTI Center for Jewish-Christian Relations. He is currently a scholar and Director of Messianic Jewish Studies at the Kings University.
Dr. Rudolph has published numerous books and articles on the New Testament, Second Temple Judaism, and Jewish-Christian relations. He is currently working with Dr. Joel Willitts and Dr. Justin Hardin on a book entitled The Jewish New Testament: An Introduction to its Jewish Social & Conceptual Context to be published by Eerdmans.
Rabbi Rudolph, his wife Harumi and three daughters: Hana, Elisa and Miryam currently reside in the USA.