Judith Gundry

Dr. Judith Gundry

AddressYale Divinity School
409 Prospect Street
New Haven, CT 6511

New Testament, Yale Divinity School, Yale University

B.A., Westmont University,
M.A., Fuller Theological Seminary,
Th.D., ,

Before arriving at Yale Divinity School in 1998, Professor Gundry-Volf was a professor of New Testament for seven years at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. Previously, she taught for seven years at the Evangelical Theological Faculty in the former Yugoslavia. Her research interests include New Testament theology, Pauline exegesis, and women and gender in early Christianity. Her dissertation was published as “Paul and Perseverance: Staying in and Falling Away” (WUNT 2; 1990); it is a study in Pauline soteriology focusing on the motifs of human failure and divine faithfulness. She has also published several articles in the Dictionary of Paul and His Letters. Her work on women and gender in early Christianity has appeared in numerous articles in scholarly journals and Festschriften, and is being extended for a new book exploring key Pauline texts on the topic. She is coauthor (with her husband Miroslav Volf) of A Spacious Heart: Essays on Identity and Belonging (1997). Professor Gundry-Volf has been the recipient of research grants by the Pew Evangelical Scholars Program (1994–95), the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation of Germany (1995–96), and the Louisville Institute (2003/2004). She was elected to the Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas in 1997, has served on the editorial board of the Bulletin for Biblical Research, and is co-chair of the Pauline Epistles Section of the Society for Biblical Literature.

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