faculty & staff
Dr. Noel Rabinowitz
Associate Professor of Biblical Studies
Tenure at King's: Aug. 2007 to Present
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Ph.D. New Testament Studies
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Th.M. Theology with a concentration in OT
Dallas Theological Seminary
B.A. Jewish and Modern Israel Studies
Moody Bible Institute
Noel Rabinowitz earned a Ph.D. in New Testament Studies at Southern Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. Before joining the faculty of The King's College, he served as Associate Professor of New Testament Studies at the Feinberg Center for Messianic Jewish Studies, Talbot School of Theology.
Professor Rabinowitz has made it his mission to communicate the Jewishness of the New Testament. His academic focus is the Gospel of Matthew and his research interests include Matthew's theology of Israel and his understanding of the Law. His academic interests also include the modern State of Israel and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. A passionate Zionist, Rabinowitz seeks to explore the conflict from a biblical perspective and address the complex political, economic and social questions that surround the debate.
Professor Rabinowitz was born in Columbus, Georgia, but insists that he is in all respects a New Yorker and Yankee fan. He served in the United States Marine Corps from 1978-1985. In addition to a tour of duty aboard the USS Belleau Woods, he was stationed at Iwakuni, Japan, Camp Pendleton, California, and Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina. He proudly resides in the Borough of Brooklyn.