Dissertations on Messianic Jews

Raymond Lillevik, "Apostates, Hybrids, or True Jews? Jewish Christians and Jewish Identity in Eastern Europe 1860-1914: A Comparative Analysis of Pastor Rudolf Hermann Gurland (Rabbi Chaim Gurland), Christian Theophilus Lucky (Chaim Jedidjah Pollak), and Rabbi Isaac/Ignatz Lichtenstein". Thesis., MF Norwegian School of Theology, 2013.

Tuula-Hannele Ikonen, "Daughters of the Veil of Tears: Ethnographic Approach with Socio-Historical and Religious Emphasis to Family Welfare in the Messianic Jewish Movement in Ukraine 2000". Ph.D. diss., University of Tampere, 2013.

Alan L. C. Campbell, "The Non-Conversions of Jews and Gentiles to Messianic Judaism: A Sense-Making Analysis of Interpersonal and Mass Communicative Influence on Spiritual Transformations". Ph.D. diss., Regent University, 2010.

Keri Zelson Warshawsky, "Returning To Their Own Borders: A Social Anthropological Study of Contemporary Messianic Jewish Identity in Israel" (Ph.D. diss., The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2008).

Mitch L. Glaser, "A Survey of Missions to the Jews in Continental Europe 1900–1950". Ph.D. diss., Fuller Theological Seminary, 1998.

Gershon Nerel, "Messianic Jews in Eretz Israel, 1917-1967: Trends and Changes in Shaping Self Identity" (Ph.D. diss., The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1995).

Ruth I. Fleischer, "The Emergence of Distinctively Jewish Faith in Jesus, 1925-1993"(Ph.D. diss., King’s College, University of London, 1995).

Bruce Stokes, "Messianic Judaism: Ethnicity in Revitalization" (Ph.D. diss., University of California, Riverside, 1994).