Ursula Rudnick (PhD.), is a Lutheran Theologian. She studied Protestant Theology at the Universities of Tübingen and Göttingen where she earned an M.A. She received a second M.A. and a Ph.D. from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York. After her ordination as a Lutheran minister in the Evangelical Church of Hanover, she taught at the Universities of Aachen and Hanover where she is a professor at the Institute of Theology and Comparative Religion. Furthermore, she serves as a consultant for Jewish-Christian Relations of the Evangelical Church of Hanover. Ursula Rudnick has worked in Jewish-Christian relations for many years: locally, in the region of Lower Saxony, national as well as international. She has published extensively in the field of Jewish-Christian relations.