Professor Gundry is a Research Scholar and Associate Professor (Adjunct) of New Testament at Yale Divinity School. She taught at the Evandjeosko-Teoloski-Fakultet in the former Yugoslavia (1986-1991) and Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California (1991-1998), before coming to YDS in 1998. Her book, Paul and Perseverance: Staying In and Falling Away, deals with the relationship between divine faithfulness and human faith/faithfulness in the letters of Paul (Westminster/John Knox, 1991). She is the author of numerous articles on women, gender, and children in early Christianity, as well as on the apostle Paul’s understanding of Jesus’s death, universalism, divine foreknowledge and beneficence, and the role of conscience. She is the coauthor of A Spacious Heart: Essays on Identity and Belonging.